(Opinion)The Igbos will surely recover their presidential mandate in 2023. …Tinibu, El-Rufai should be aware of this. By Divine Sam

Looking at the political structure of the All Progressives Congress, APC, it’s very obvious they might not be able to scale through the 2023 presidential war even as the ruling party in the country.
There are series of controversial issues that are yet to be discussed in dialogue for collective interest and clashes of interest respectively. Already the ruling broom party is having problems within themselves under the chairmanship of Comrade Adams Oshiomole, the National Chairman of the party.
APC is classified into two families: CPC and ACN family. President Muhammadu Buhari is the leader of CPC and Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is the leader of ACN. So APC has to be careful and mature to avoid splitting ahead of 2023.
Taking into the calculation the ambition of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu towards 2023 Presidency and also the Kaduna state governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, APC will definitely have problems come 2023 because President Muhammadu Buhari wouldn’t want to leave a candidate from the north sacrificing for Tinubu who is from the west, hence APC might split. And if APC should split, the duo won’t have the seat.
However, taking into calculation on how PDP might want to pick their candidate towards 2023 presidential election, the party might return ticket to Alh Atiku Abubakar from Adamawa state and Peter Obi from Anambra state to contest as President and Vice President respectively.
And if PDP should succeed in returning the ticket to Atiku/Obi and APC peradventure split because of the interest of two giants, Tinubu and El-Rufai, then IGBO people will return to the presidency seat as the Vice President (Peter Obi). And if the IGBO people play their game well, Peter Obi might one day become the President of Nigeria.