2023: Enenche list factors Nigerians should consider before electing Buhari’s successor

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Former Coordinator Defence Media Operations, Major-General (rtd) John Enenche, has told Nigerians the factors to consider before electing the next President that would succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.

In an open letter on Monday, Enenche urged Nigerians to look out for a leader who has integrity, competence, sound national economic knowledge, local and international goodwill, zero corruption/criminal records (convicted or not), and good health to withstand the demands of the office of the President.

According to him, the conditions for the office of the President should equally apply to other elective positions at national and state levels.

“My love for Nigeria is anchored on the fact that the country invested so much in my professional career development and life,” Eneche said.

“Implementation; this should be in the form of mass concurrence on the choice of the kind of President Nigerians need.

“In this regard, factors to consider should be integrity, competence, sound national economic knowledge, local and international goodwill, zero corruption/criminal records (convicted or not), and good health to withstand the demands of the office of the President.

“The conditions for the office of the President should equally apply to other elective positions at national and state levels. This comes by way of a Specified Campaign cutting across ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, which is the Strategic Best Practice for the present situation of Nigeria and should therefore be adopted.

“Thereafter, it would be reviewed and strengthened for sustainability.”

DAILY POST reports that the presidential candidates for Nigeria’s general elections in 2023 include: Asiwaju Bola Tinubu of All Progressives Congress (APC); Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP); Peter Obi of Labour Party (LP); Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso of New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP); and Professor Peter Umeadi of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).

Others are Omoyele Sowore of Africa Action Congress (AAC); Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim of Young Progressive Party (YPP); Professor Christopher Imumulen of Accord Party (AP); Kola Abiola of Peoples Redemption Party (PRP); Prince Adewole Adebayo of Social Democratic Party (SDP); Yusuf Mamman Dan Talle of Allied Peoples Movement (APM) and Dumebi Kachikwu of African Democratic Congress (ADC).

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