- The 2023 general election is still three years away but campaign posters of politicians are already surfacing on the streets
- In what came as a surprise to FCT residents, the posters of Rotimi Amaechi and Governor Nasir El-Rufai, were spotted in some areas
- The campaign posters, however, carry the name National Consolidation Movement
The 2023 campaign posters of Rotimi Amaechi, the minister of transportation, and Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai have started to flood some parts of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
The posters which did not have the logo of any Nigerian political party had the face of Amaechi for president and El-Rufai as the vice president.
According to Leadership, the posters had inscriptions “It's time to do more” and “Today may not be the best, but tomorrow will be better.”
It was gathered that the posters show they are being sponsored by the National Consolidation Movement.
Many of the staff at the All Progressives Congress (APC) national secretariat declined to comment on the emergence of the posters.
However, a few of those who chose to speak off-camera believe that the posters at this time for whatever political reason was an act of desperation and a violation of the nation’s electoral laws.
They went on to note that the development is capable of distracting President Muhammadu Buhari from tackling the challenges facing the country.
Both the Kaduna state governor and minister of transportation are members of the ruling APC.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Nassiriya Movement, a group that claimed it has members in 21 states, has declared full support for Governor El-Rufai for the 2023 presidency.
The leader of the movement, Garkuwa Ibrahim Babuga, made this known while addressing journalists on Friday, October 30, amid heightened conversation over who succeeds the incumbent President Buari in 2023.
According to the Babuga, if El-Rufai decides not to grant the movement's pleas of contesting for the 2023 presidential seat, it would be compelled to drag the governor to the Supreme Court.
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