Why Saraki, Anyim May Lose Out In PDP As PDP Govs Plot To Back Fellow Gov For Party’s Ticket In 2023

As we approach of the 2023 presidential election, The available report has shown that the Governors under the platform of the Peoples Democratic party have already started working behind the scene in order to ensure that one of them emerge as the presidential candidate of the party in 2023.

Although, some influential politicians like the former Senate president, Bukola Saraki from the North Central and former secretary to the Government of the federation, Anyim Pius Anyim from the Southeast have declared their Intention to fly the flag of the party in the 2023 presidential race.


While the supporters of Bukola Saraki are relying on his political influence as the former Senate president of Nigeria to clinch the party’s presidential ticket, Anyim Pius Anyim is also seen as a favorite politician in the PDP that can help the South East Achieve Igbo presidency, based on the agitation from the Southeast Leaders that the zone should be allowed to produce the next President of Nigeria in 2023.

However, The available Indication have shown that the former Senate president, Bukola Saraki and Anyim Pius may lose out in the 2023 presidential race for the Governors on the platform of the peoples Democratic party who are plotting to back their follow governor to get the PDP presidential ticket in 2023.



According to the report from News Direct, It revealed that The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party for the 2023 presidential election may emerge from the ranks of the party’s 13 state governors, based on the fact that the PDP governors, during preliminary discussions on the matter, have agreed in principle to ensure that one of them flies the party’s flag during the election.

With this development, It might affect the chance of Saraki and Anyim Pius in getting the party presidential ticket in 2023, because the PDP Governors have the control of the party’s delegates in their various states and have been able to extend their influence to other states that are not controlled by PDP in the country.

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