- The road to Aso Rock in 2023 is reaching a fever pitch at present as all eyes are on former President Goodluck Jonathan to declare his ambition
- Recently, a stream of protesters storm the private office of the former president demanding that he runs for the apex political seat in Nigeria
- Meanwhile, controversial senator and human rights activist Shehu Sani has dropped his predictions ahead of the APC and PDP primaries
In his tweet, he said, "GEJ should not deceive himself nor allow them to deceive him."
In this tweet, it seems to be making reference to former President Goodluck Jonathan, who has been into a series of consultative meetings over a possible presidential declaration.
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Recall that on Friday, April 22, there were streams of agitators who stormed the office of the former president demanding that he declare his presidential ambition.
Goodluck who is yet to issue a formal declaration addressed the protesters stating that he will not be making any declaration at present until his team concludes other processes involve.
2023: Jonathan holds crucial meeting for presidential declaration
Legit.ng also reported that the former president was invited to a closed-door meeting with some decision-makers from the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC).
Sources said that Jonathan is demanding the presidential ticket of the ruling party as a condition to contest in the 2023 presidential election.
2023: Shehu Sani predicts outcome of APC, PDP presidential primaries
According to him he stated that the presidential candidacy of the ruling party APC will be determined based on who President Muhammadu Buhari has anointed.
He further stated that the presidential candidacy of the PDP will be decided based on a late negotiation on the eve of the primaries or on the basis of a bitter primary.
2023: GEJ leading public opinion poll
Meanwhile, an emerging report has confirmed that the former president has emerged as the winner of a poll carried out by a youth group known as Fix Naija.
The organisers in a statement sent to Legit.ng recently noted that the exercise was carried out on the streets of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Jonathan emerged the winner and defeated other presidential aspirants like former Lagos state governor; Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, former Imo state governor; Owelle Rochas Okorocha, former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and former Anambra state governor, Mr. Peter Obi.