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There are just a few weeks left until Nigeria elects its new leader for the 2023 ogbonge general election.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (Inec) has no longer said that it will not change the date of the presidential elections.

Right now, political parties and candidates are still campaigning to try to win voter support.

One of the places where presidential candidates and oda ogbonge politicians go well at ‘Chatham House’.

Tori, let’s say, two of the presidential candidates from Nigeria’s major political parties show up at the Chatham House base in London.

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar bin go Chatham House for 2018 in the same election contest for 2019.

The All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, will be the first of the candidates to seek a seat.

For the latest development, Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi and New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) standard bearer Rabiu Kwankwaso will attend the event at Chatham House.

Inec President Professor Mahmood Yakubu also has time for the think tank on Monday.

Many organizations call think tanks around the world, but many Nigerian leaders like to go to Chatham House.

Events held for the organization’s website show, for example, Peter Obi speaking on ‘Nigeria’s Elections 2023: A Vision for Policy Change and Institutional Reforms’.

The former Governor of Anambra State spoke about the vision of policy and governance reforms for Nigeria, including major di tinas to address insecurity and corruption, and ways to promote the social and political mobility of Nigerians.

Inec oga Professor Mahmood Yakubu spoke about Nigeria’s preparations and priorities to ensure electoral integrity and inclusion.

I will also talk about the main challenges and plans for how they will conduct the elections, including security, and how they will use the new technological systems.

No, I’m going to Chatham House on Tuesday.

Former Kano State Governor Kwankwaso will be speaking on Wednesday, I will talk about the 2023 Nigerian Election and political developments.

Why Nigerian leaders decide to go to Chatham House

Despite the fact that the Nigerian Constitution and Electoral Act as amended never allow the ‘Diaspora’ to vote anyway, many politicians still flock to Chatham House to speak on key political issues.

For December 2022, the presidential candidate of Nigeria’s ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) party Bola Tinubu bin addressed the Institute on some matters related to the 2023 general election.

For the oda ogbonge conference, politicians like Kaduna Govnor Nasir El-Rufai follow Tinubu showface for Chatham House.

For 2017, Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike bin received an invitation to Chatham House, di Royal Institute of International Affairs, to speak on development issues for di kontri.

“Although the Nigerian Election Act as amended and signed by President Muhammadu Buhari for 2022 does not allow diaspora voting, any politician who is going to speak about manifestos, policies and programs or any topical issue can attract the attention of the world” . Samuel Ihensikhen tok.

Ihensikhen wey be Lawyer tok say Chatham House na place wey give leaders the opportunity to tok wetin dia plan be.

I also say that some politicians always like to go looking for prestige to get the group.

Di Lawyer says: “Politicians are going to seek the endorsement of di Chatham House for the sake of saying an elite policy center and bring the consciousness of whatever field or sphere to the person they don’t focus, the attention of diworld go dey dia .

“Although Di Chatham House never gained electoral value for Nigeria, it is a platform to let the world know all about Di Pesin’s experience, politics and decision-making and Di Pesin’s intellectual acumen.

“Anyone who goes to Chatham House is a great asset and can create a significant step for decision-making or political momentum.”

Wetin be ‘Chatham House?

Anoda name for Chatham House na di Royal Institute of International Affairs.

The institute will become an independent policy institute and will be based in London, UK.

According to the organization’s website, dia mission na provides commentary on world events and provides solutions to global challenges.

Dem dey dan thought leadership on ogbonge wey dey issues define di 20th century.

The dey platform also gives African independence leaders a platform during decolonization.

Chatham House has been a source of independent analysis, trusted dialogue and influential ideas for one hundred years.