African Democratic Congress (ADC) House of Representatives candidate for AMAC and Bwari Area Council Juliet Ikhayere has caused a stir on social media due to the appearance of her campaign banner.
Based on the content of your campaign banner seen by legit.ng On Monday 9 January, Ikhayere under the ADC umbrella was pictured alongside Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi.
Ikhayere’s campaign poster on social media came with the caption:
“If God puts it in your kind heart to put up billboards on my behalf on the AMAC and Bwari Area Council, here are pictures.
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As reported by TheCable, it emerged that Ikhayere had previously declared her support for Peter Obi and, in turn, used that leverage to use his photos on her campaign posters to get people to vote for her during polls.
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She, however, urged her supporters to flock to vote for her and also implored the use of references to help vote for her legislative bid in the House of Representatives.
“No help is small. Tell 10 to tell 10 people to vote for me. I simply need an average of 200 votes in 1500 voting units and I will win in a landslide.”
As the election nears the deadline, INEC has maintained that the elections will take place as previously scheduled.
The INEC has set February 25 for the presidential and national assembly elections, which are less than 8 weeks away, while the gubernatorial and state assembly elections will take place on March 11.
However, the 2023 elections will look towards three main contenders fighting in the race to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.
Pundits and political enthusiasts have predicted victory for APC’s Bola Ahmed Tinubu, while some think PDP’s Atiku Abubakar has a stronger lead over the former Lagos state governor.
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Meanwhile, the candidacy of Peter Obi of the Labor Party has been a revelation and a turning point in Nigeria’s presidential election history.
Nigeria has never before witnessed a third favorite for a presidential election with many political pundits predicting that Obi could cause an upset and claim victory as an underdog, as he has often been portrayed in the media.