We Need To Lock Down Northern Votes And Secure A Decent Percentage in SE, SS & SW— Abdul-Aziz Na’ibi

The political landscape in Nigeria is heating up as key figures in the Atiku Abubakar camp reveal their strategic plans ahead of the 2027 general elections. Following a high-profile meeting with former President Muhammadu Buhari, prominent figures including former Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, and Ali Modu Sheriff have ignited discussions on the electoral strategies needed to secure a significant victory.

Abdul-Aziz Na’ibi Abubakar, the Director-General of the Atiku-the-Light organization, took to Twitter to outline a crucial element of their electoral strategy. In his tweet, Na’ibi emphasized the need to “lock down northern votes and secure a decent percentage in SE, SS & SW,” reflecting a concerted effort to consolidate support in the north while making inroads into the traditionally less supportive southern regions of Nigeria.

This strategy underscores the importance of the northern bloc in Nigerian politics, where the largest number of voters are concentrated. Historically, the north has been a decisive factor in national elections, and the Atiku camp’s focus on solidifying this base is seen as essential for any serious contender.

However, Na’ibi’s tweet also highlights a pragmatic approach to winning support in the South-East (SE), South-South (SS), and South-West (SW) regions. These regions have diverse political landscapes, often dominated by different parties and interests compared to the north. Gaining a foothold here is crucial for any candidate looking to build a nationwide coalition capable of winning the presidency.

Atiku Abubakar, a veteran politician with multiple presidential bids under his belt, has long been a formidable presence in Nigerian politics. His recent meeting with Buhari, alongside El-Rufai and Sheriff, is being viewed as a significant move to unify influential figures and rally support across various regions…..See More

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