Nigeria’s general elections will held on 18 February 2023 to elect the President, Vice President, House of Representatives, and Senate.
The winners of the election will be inaugurated on 29 May 2023, the former date of Democracy Day.
With current President Muhammadu Buhari having been elected to the office of president twice, he is ineligible for reelection.
The 2023 presidential election is 13 months away and some politicians have already been mooted to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.
Campaigns for the 2023 presidential election have now been set in motion. The drumbeat is getting louder as many politicians have already thrown their hats in the ring.
While political parties are still planning and weighing their options ahead of the elections, campaign posters of some presidential hopefuls have started littering the country already.
Those whose posters and billboards are yet to be seen anywhere have been giving us hints about their intentions to run for the highest political office in the country.
According to David Umahi of Ebonyi, he has vowed to carry on from where President Muhammadu Buhari would have stopped by the end of his tenure if elected president in 2023.
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