On February 16, Nigerians will troop out to choose another President that will steer the undertakings of the country for an additional four years.
Of the 72 presidential applicants on the last rundown as of late discharged by the Independent National Electoral Commission that are qualified to challenge the presidential race, two contenders are for the most part accepted to be the leaders. They are President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress and previous Vice-President Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party.
The challenge is ostensibly between the two driving gatherings, the APC and the PDP. It is in this manner nothing unexpected that various enlisted gatherings have embraced either Buhari or Atiku as their presidential possibility for the February 16 survey.
Examinations did by SUNDAY PUNCH over the 36 conditions of the alliance and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, on Saturday indicated Buhari responsible for around 11 states, while around 10 different states are said to be the fortifications of Atiku.
The battleground, from all signs, would be in 15 states including the FCT, where the two hopefuls are relied upon to slug it out. The overview demonstrates that whoever wins in every one of these states will, undoubtedly, coast home to triumph.
The states are Kaduna, Niger, Kwara. Level, Kogi, Benue, Adamawa, Ondo, Oyo, Osun, Edo, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Gombe and the FCT.
As things stand today in Oyo State, aside from the APC and PDP, three other ideological groups making progress are the Zenith Labor Party, African Democratic Congress and Action Democratic Party. The non-verbal communication of pioneers of the three gatherings recommends their supporters will vote in favor of Atiku, leaving the majority of Buhari's votes to originate from the decision APC.
In spite of the fact that it is too soon to determinedly foresee who wins here, examiners state the applicant of the PDP is a man to beat as a result of Buhari's melting away impact among the natives