The 2023 general elections in Nigeria are fast approaching and it is only right that political parties are ramping up their efforts and campaigns to secure massive votes within the electoral college of the country. Several parties have engaged in numerous ventures to enable the process of convincing the masses, of the reasons as to why they should put their thumbs down on the signate of their home political parties.
PDP's Atiku Abubakar has delved into the population of the south-east and south-south to push his party into the advantage, appointing Delta's former governor in Okowa as Vice Presidential candidate and running mate. Labour Party's Peter Obi on the other hand, seems to have secured the love of the general masses, probably due to shere popularity of the decision to vote in a new face into power or his competence.
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu within the third spectrum however, seems to be gathering traction and reaction for a whole plethora of reasons. Either due to his speeches and public addresses or because of the political, ethnic and religious history of his running mate in Former governor, Shettima, who seems to have a long debatable history in islamic dominance and some would even purport; in terrorism and the introduction of Boko Haram and co-horts within the bounds of the country. This duo, is seen as a match made in hell, to drive Nigeria further aback thanks to the vices of their political party and it's very recent history. Nigerians are almost frightened by the combination of these two and seem hell bent on making sure it does not come to fruition.