Peter Obi Will Only Have A Chance Of Winning The Presidency Under PDP In 2027 – Sen Saminu Turaki
The former governor of Jigawa state, Senator Saminu Turaki said that Peter Obi doesn’t have any chance of winning the presidency in the 2023 presidential election. He said this during an interview with Arise News, he also added that he won’t also get many votes in Jigawa state and other northern states of Nigeria.
He added that the 2023 presidential election is between Atiku Abubakar and Bola Tinubu, that’s the only rivals in the 2023 presidential election. Peter Obi and Kwankwaso don’t have any chances, maybe they should target the 2027 presidential election.
He added that Peter Obi will get a chance of winning the presidency with the PDP in 2027. He said Tinubu might win the presidency, then after Tinubu’s first tenure, Peter Obi might contest under the PDP to defeat him.
He said the chances of Peter Obi winning the presidency under the PDP are much and he might consider doing that after losing the 2023 presidential election to Tinubu, Turaki said.
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