Ken Nnamani and President Buhari
The Political parties in Nigeria have begun their indoor preparations including getting a reliable, hardworking and credible presidential candidate as well as relevant electioneering campaign messages to the electorates towards the 2023 elections
Currently All Progressive Congress "APC" party is the ruling Government in Nigeria.
However information obtained from an undisclosed source in Nigeria indicate that President Muhammadu Buhari who has been Nigerian's president since 2015 to date on the ticket of All Progressive Congress "APC" may not lead them again after his end of term adminstration.
It has become a topic of discussion among All Progressive Congress "APC" members and sympathizers as they refer the 79 year old retired Major General of the Nigerian Army as great leader.
Former senate president and chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Ken Nnamani, has said the party may find it difficult to produce a good candidate like President Buhari to carry on with its legacy in 2023.
According to Ken Nnamani, president Muhammadu Buhari believes in leaving a strong legacy where understands from all his actions so far that he truly wants to live a strong party long after he has left office.
It may be difficult to find a candidate of his caliber because he comes into election with 10 million votes in advance. He has core followers, Nnamani emphasize.
The former senate president stated that they are doing their possible best to reposition the party to get credible candidate as there is so much to be done.
We will look hard and see if we can get people or somebody in that category. It will not be easy, however, he is trying to lay a strong foundation; that is this registration and revalidation exercise going on. So it is meant to strengthen the party and make it more attractive. So, I think if the party is attractive enough, it has future.” he said.
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