Tinubu 2023 Ambition Threw Inside Dirty Gutter As APC Set To Present a Female Presidential Candidate
The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, UN, Amina Mohammed, has claimed that a woman will likely succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, in 2023.
The former Minister of Environment, stated this while speaking at the Mo Ibrahim programme, on Tuesday morning, titled: “Governance”.
In a conversation with Mo Ibrahim, Amina Mohammed was asked when Nigeria will have a female President, she replied saying: “2023, Insha Allah.”
When asked if she would be running, she said: “Look, all of my life has been as a public servant, and as one that serves, so that is not a problem for me.
“But let me be truthful here, I have always thought that I am appoint able and not electable. I think the political system that we have in our country, I believe in democracy, but I think the model for us, where we are, is an incredibly difficult environment to say you would come to Office through the will of the people.
“I think the manipulation of democracy is a very serious issue in our country. We have a population, as I said, has a level of literacy that can be manipulated, that is not right.”