Meanwhile, a public affairs analyst and social commentator, Henry Olonimoye, has condemned the proliferation of presidential aspirants in the 2023 general election by the different political parties.

Olonimoyo who spoke on The Crest Breakfast Show, said presently, there are over sixty-five presidential candidates across all the political parties, stressing that majority of them had no chance to be council boss in serious countries.

Olonimoyo who also lamented the high cost of obtaining the presidential nomination forms, expressed sadness that a country where some people cannot afford two square meals in a day coupled with astronomical increase in prices of commodities every minute, presidential aspirants are purchasing nomination forms for millions of naira.


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