2023 Presidential Race – 25 February

Nigerians are hopeful of getting a new president on 25 February as the 18 Presidential candidates are wrapping-up their campaigns and rallies in some of the most populated cities in the country.

Top and most talk about presidential candidates in the race are Bola Tinubu, Peter Obi, Atiku Abubakar and Rabiu Kwankwaso according to online news publication of FOB.

There are some vital issues that might affect the outcome of the elections which the electorates and the candidates cannot fathom at the moment.

For a winner to emerge, he must have some unique advantages over the other candidates, which the electorates will use to their own advantages. But the outcome of the presidential election will not determine the look of things as required by Nigerians. Only time will tell if the winner will the expectation of 70% of the populace.

It is one thing to have a choice of candidate, it is another thing to get the expected result after the election.

Whoever will emerge victorious in the 2023 Nigerian Presidential election will have the electorates to contend with, if he failed in his responsibilities to Nigerians in general.

Voters education is imperative at this crucial moment as Nigerians at all levels must educate their followers adequately, if they must see the best from them.

Take a look at the various candidates who emerged as their party flag bearers ahead of the February 25 election.

Imumolen Irene Christopher of A Party:, Almustapha Hamza of AA Party, Sowore Omoyele Stephen of AAC Party, Kachikwu Dumebi of ADC Party, Sani Yabagi Yusuf of ADP Party,
Tinubu Bola Ahmed of APC Party, Umeadi Peter Nnanna Chukwudi of APGA Party, Ojei Princess Chichi of APM Party, Nnadi Charles Osita of APP Party, Adenuga Sunday Oluwafemi of BP Party.

Others are Obi Peter Gregory of LP Party, Musa Mohammed Rabiu Kwankwaso of NNPP Party,
Osakwe Felix Johnson of NRM Party, Abubakar Atiku of PDP Party, Abiola Latifu Kolawole of PRP Party, Adebayo Adewole Ebenezer of SDP Party, Ado-Ibrahim Abdulmalik of YPP Party and Nwanyanwu Daniel Daberechukwu of ZLP Party


The government must take a close look at insecurity, fuel scarcity and the economic effect of the CBN naira redesign policy and avoid any last minute disruption of the long awaited presidential election in Nigeria.

Who is likely to win the 2023 presidential Election? The answer to this question will be determine after February 25 2023, after the pronunciation of INEC’s chairman.

2023 Presidential Race - 25 February


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