What You should Know
Nigerians are losing no sleep as the presidential elections in February 2019 draws closer each passing day. The nation’s polity continues to heat up with discussions, arguments, and counter-arguments on what to expect in the forthcoming general elections and which of the presidential candidates we can truly put our trust in. One of the most viable platforms where the citizenry can assess the strengths and weaknesses of candidates vying for the most revered political office in Nigeria is via a debate. Little wonder ‘THE MANDATE was introduced to help Nigerians better assess their presidential candidates; their visions, plans, strategies, and ideas for a country with the highest convergence of black people.
Judging by the build-up to the February 2019 polls, the truth may not be far-fetched if we were to suggest that the forthcoming elections could just be one of the fiercest and most keenly contested elections in the political history of the country.
What are the burning issues? What promises are the candidates making?
Who has the magic wand to fix the country?
These and many more are the questions the Nigerian electorate and Africans would be interested to get answers at THE MANDATE
- Nigeria’s general elections are just a few months away and the nation’s political space is occupied with discussions, arguments and counter-arguments about the profile of candidates running for various offices.
- Recent polls suggest the 2019 elections would be one of the closest in recent political history given the caliber of contestants.
- What are the burning issues? What promises are the candidates making?
- Who has the magic wand to fix the each states and the country?
- These and more are the questions the Nigerian electorates
- and global communities would be interested to get answers to during a the live debate by the various candidates.