2023 Presidential Election; Mr. President or Madam President?
Since its independence in 1960, Nigeria has not produced a female President or Vice President in all the political dispensations of the first, second, botched third, and current fourth republic.
There have been several women that have ventured into the political space with the ambition to lead the country, and the roll call includes; Mrs. Sarah Jibrin, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili, and Professor Remi Sonaiya.
A woman can be a president in Nigeria, provided she gets her political acts right. But first, she would need a period, even years of preparation, which will involve playing very prominent and active roles in party politics, to the extent that she would be widely respected by her party members, as well as have a large following.
This episode of the Women Series, features Kate Henshaw, Hamzat Lawal, Ibifama W-Saya, and Olufemi Oladehin as they debate who is the best fit for the position of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.