The 2023 general elections will be an entirely different election campaign than normal. About the PDP, Nigerians believe that the party would be unable to earn the confidence of Nigerians with a candidate who is suspected of impropriety.
Peter Gregory Obi, a former governor of Anambra state in Nigeria who ran as the vice-presidential candidate for the People’s Democratic Party in the 2019 Nigerian general elections, said that he is interested in becoming the president by 2023.
Peter Obi demonstrates fiscal responsibility and acts in the best interests of different industries regardless of state, religion, or race. To alter the dynamics of politics from transactional to transformative, he joined the major opposition party (PDP) and served as a servant-leader to the people.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) and the PDP have had leadership problems during the last two years, and Peter Obi, the president of the PDP, has vowed to address the problem in the party.
We’re now all waiting to see who he chooses as his running mate.
Obi would select a candidate that has the people’s thoughts and the country’s well-being in mind. He is an excellent potential option that he may choose from Alh. Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo.
Dakwambo was formerly the governor of Gombe State. It was speculated that he might be selected as the PDP’s presidential candidate in the 2019 general elections, but it did not pan out as planned. He is an excellent buddy of Obi. They have a lot in common, such as shared hobbies and visions.
It is said that Dakwambo is a very capable and honest man. A cosmopolitan, well-traveled, and well-informed gentleman. A combination of Peter Obi and Ibrahim Dakwambo is expected to result.
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