3 States Peter Obi Could Likely Clinch Huge Votes Ahead Of The 2023 Presidential Election3 States Peter Obi Could Likely Clinch Huge Votes Ahead Of The 2023 Presidential Election
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3 States Peter Obi Could Likely Clinch Huge Votes Ahead Of The 2023 Presidential Election

Screenshot 2022 08 05 at 20 01 48 Scooper News 3 States Peter Obi Could Likely Clinch Huge Votes Ahead Of The 2023 Presidential Election

3 States Peter Obi Could Likely Clinch Huge Votes Ahead Of The 2023 Presidential Election

The South Eastern region of the country has this time pulled out Peter Obi, the former governor of Anambra State, to run for the post of commander in chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria after many years of distancing themselves from everything relating to this country’ s presidential politics.

Due to the youth’ s support, the presidential candidate is motivated to win the upcoming election; yet, there have been conflicting opinions of his popularity, which is mostly based on social media.

Dati- Baba Ahmed was chosen by Peter Obi to be his running mate. Although many think Tinubu and Atiku have more political experience than them, this is the best path to success.

Despite the argument that Obi cannot defeat Atiku and Tinubu given their combined political experience, there are three states where the Labour Party candidates could outperform their opponents in terms of vote totals.

The Case Of Anambra State

Peter was formerly the governor of Anambra, and according to the news, his constituents support the Labour Party candidates. Therefore, I think they will cast their votes for him in large numbers this time.

The Case Of Kaduna State

One of the most populous States in Nigeria is Kaduna. With Kaduna State’ s enormous population of over 8 million people, which might brag Obi and Datti Ahmed’ s amount of votes next year, Ahmed, Peter Obi’ s running mate, can persuade his people to vote for them.

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