DP propaganda and politics excluded from the 2023 elections – Let’s See Todays News Updates

Anyone who has monitored Nigerian political analysts in the last few weeks through institutional media and social media will be led to assume that they are only candidates for the All Progressive Congress (APC) or, in fact, an opportunist, conservative fascist group. – Participated in the 2023 presidential election.
Much of the traditional and media coverage of the presidential election has turned into a senseless conflict between supporters of Bola Tinubu and Yemi Osinbajo. Even our traditional newspapers’ curiosity and curiosity are limited by the unfounded speculation that in 2023 Nigeria’s previous choice will be between Tinubu and Osinbajo.
As I mentioned in my media intervention, the media screams between the headless Tinubu and Osinbajo supporters may eventually lead them to stumble in preparation for a dance competition that they may not attend. No one can make any assumptions as the nature of the political coalition and the coalition is changing.
However, by focusing almost exclusively on the race for supremacy between Tinubu and his aide Osinbajo, we rule out other parties’ options that could produce the next president. I’ll be back to this point soon.
Commentators, news reporters, and opposition politicians may not understand that the APC is playing a clever political game in the country. I study, teach, and write about persuasion and mind management. What the APC is doing is called rhetoric of inevitability, pushing the political compassion between Tinubu and Osinbajo to be ambiguous, and perpetuating that compassion in the news cycle and political commentary.
The talk of necessity leads voters to accept the idea that Nigeria’s next president should be an APC nominee. It is trying to sneak into the minds of Nigerians that this does not apply to other political parties and that there is no chance for an APC candidate to win a general election.
In other words, it encourages people to come to terms with the notion that Nigeria is a one-party state and that the winner of the APC is guaranteed to run unopposed for the presidency of Nigeria.
The strategy is working – at least for now. Whether you support or oppose either Tinubu or Osinbajo, whether you are using your emotional and intellectual energy to justify supporting or opposing either of them, the APC’s inability to extend its term is inevitably plotted.
What this phrase is deliberately concealing is the clear evidence that the APC has failed to govern and reform Nigeria after nearly seven years in power.
By all conceivable indicators of human development, Nigeria is lagging behind the APC’s incompetence.
Under the APC, Nigeria has become the world’s poverty capital. When the APC was in power, the International Police Science Society and the Institute for Economics and Peace’s Global Internal Security and Police Index show that the Nigerian police force is the worst in Africa and the world. Of course, during the APC, we became the third most affected country in the world.
The Nigerian APC government was ranked second in the world in 2018 for “government fairness” by the US-based Heritage Foundation. Only the Venezuelan government is worse.
Nigeria is ranked 157th out of 157 countries in the global ranking of Oxfam and Development Finance International (DFI) ‘Promises to Reduce the Inequality Index’.
“Nigeria’s record of the worst attacks on journalists in the last 34 years under Bukhari,” said the Premium Times.


The APC government has made a dull and holy noise about “fighting corruption”, but since the current regime came to power, Nigeria has consistently fallen behind Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, youth unemployment was 13.7 percent when the IAAC came to power in May 2015. By July 2017, it had risen to 33.1 percent. It rose from 40.80 percent in the second quarter of 2020 to 53.40 percent in the fourth quarter of 2020, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.
This is one of the worst youth unemployment statistics you can find anywhere in the world. However, in an interview with Bukhari on June 10, 2021, Arise TV said that there were no vacancies, jobs or contracts in the federal, state and local governments. “So you may have a good degree, but you’re dying without a job!” he said happily. What kind of person rejoices when those who are supposed to lead him are overwhelmed by the suffering of existence?
“The Nigerian economy under Muhammadu Bukhari is worse than it was 10 years ago,” the World Bank’s 2022 World Economic Outlook report said, according to the well-known Nigerian Peoples Gazette.


The list is endless. No decent country in the world will reward a group of incompetent and ignorant people who have led a country of succession to such an irreparable catastrophe.
Tinubu and Osinbajo represent two terribly incompetent people who have been an integral part of the disaster for the past seven years. They are both morally rude, incompetent, shameless, greedy, hypocritical, and covered with too much passion.
In addition, Lagos, which was devastated by Tinubu and Osinbajo for eight years, is one of the world’s “least inhabited cities” by the prestigious Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU).
I want to give Lagos another chance to destroy the rest of the country, to make Lagos one of the worst places in the world, to make Nigeria the capital of global poverty, to help lead the bottom of most human indices, and to think about who should lead our burial. people are being eaten. We are not serious people!
In an article published on social media on January 12, entitled “Tinubu, Osinbajo, Bukhari: Trinity of Traitors,” I emphasized that “Muhammadu Bukhari, Yemi Osinbajo and Bola Tinubu represent the trinity.” They reinforce, reflect and inspire each other. ”“ Both Tinubu and Osinbajo have been instrumental in supporting the catastrophic regime in Bukhara. Without them, Bukhari will not be president. They also helped step by step plant, cultivate, and fertilize Bukhari’s dictatorship and terrible incompetence. “
It is unfortunate that the APC is a clear and current threat to Nigeria, and even those with clear vision who recognize that Tinubu and his political work Osinbajo are a key component of the group of unscrupulous villains who have brought us to where we are today. – I am tempted to say that the successor of the ATC is inevitable.
APC’s mind management tactics have been effective in creating a regime of self-succession talk, because Nigerians like fake dilemmas (if not Tinubu or Osinbajo? – it seems to be the only option) with them. easily reconciled. Forgive their oppression and the tormentors at the top of society.
Although the DP is weak and incompetent with the opposition, the chances of gaining power are as high as those of the APC. In the light of the total social catastrophe under the control of the APC, there are now unfounded memories of understanding the DP as a whole.
Launched a wide-ranging campaign across Nigeria, the appeal has gradually expanded, and third-party candidates such as Kingsley Mogalu, who has an amazing brain, are all part of the odds of winning a surprise.
As I reported on January 11 in the media under the headline “Why will the 2023 presidential race shoot in the dark?” . In 2019, neither party will have a clear advantage over the other.
“This is perhaps the most diverse and endlessly changing model of political variable in Nigeria’s recent political history,” I wrote.
Don’t allow the IAAC to advertise that domestic politics is our national politics. Instead, we must hold them accountable for the invaluable damage they have done together to our economy, our freedom, and our national emotions, and bring back the little progress we made before they took power.

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