God has instructed to be Nigeria President
As the 2023 general election is drawing closer, a female presidential aspirant of the All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA, Angela Johnson, has said that God told her that she would be Nigeria’s first female President in 2023.
She declared that “2023 is the time for Nigeria to have the first female President”.
According to her, the time has come for Nigeria to be fixed by women since the male folks in power have disappointed the nation.
“I am being led by God to restore the hope of millions of Nigerians, who have become hopeless in the Nigerian project. God brought President Muhammadu Buhari and sustained him in office that I shall emerge.
“God spoke to me, and I heard him clearly. He sent me to be President, not the Vice President. This is my time. This is the time for Nigerian women to produce the nation’s president. There is a burning desire in me, and until Nigeria’s lost glory is restored, I cannot rest”.
It is instructive to note that over 50 people have declared interest to contest for the seat of presidency in 2023.
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