The incoming presidential election in Nigeria that will take place in the year twenty twenty three will determine the next president of Nigeria for the next four years. The Incumbent President of the country will leave the Presidential office and will not be allowed to contest for the third time by the constitution. Presidents are allowed to use only two tenures in the office.
After APC had won its reelection in the year twenty nineteen, President Buhari is only allowed to stay in the office for only two years more. After the year twenty twenty three, the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) will execute the election which has been fixed for February 13, 2023. After the election, another powerful politician will take over the power and continue from where Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will stop.
As it is known that Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu controls Lagos State and some other states in Nigeria, it would be easy for him to win Lagos State with a wide margin even if some set of people refuse to vote Tinubu during the election. If the Igbos in Lagos decides not to vote Tinubu during the election, he would still win in Lagos State very well and those that refuse to vote him will be at loss.
If the Igbos in Lagos State vote Tinubu, they will be favored by the incoming president if he emerges. They are going to be included in the administration indirectly by Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu because the Igbos have been looking for that opportunity for a very long time. Peter Obi will not win the incoming presidential election because of some factors that characterize the opposition party, he may not be the flag bearer of the party because the party ( PDP) might consider a northerner. The Igbos should vote Tinubu during the incoming presidential election.