Predict The Winner Of The Presidential Elections In the Upcoming

The D-Day is almost here. President Muhammadu Buhari, flying high the flag of the All Progressives Congress (APC), and former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar, of the Peoples Democratic Party, will go head with head in the presidential poll on 23rd February Saturday.
Who do you admire to win what may turn out to be the most strong contented presidential election in Nigeria’s history? 
Below are the documents of the top two candidates. Kindly cast your vote and leave a comment below 

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Muhammadu Buhari

Party APC
Age                76
BirthdayDecember 17
StateKatsina, north-west
EducationMilitary training in Kaduna as well as in UK, India and US
Public careerRetired as a major general; former minister of petroleum; former military head of state; former military governor of north-eastern state; former executive chairman of PTF
Political careerPresident since 2015
Electoral failures2003, 2007, 2011 presidential elections
Electoral successes2015
Campaign thrustAnti-graft war
Support baseCore north and south-west
Social mediaTwitter: 1.85m followers @Mbuhari; Facebook: 763,064 likes, 772,221 followers
Quotable quote“This generation of Nigeria and indeed future generations have no other country than Nigeria. We shall remain here and salvage it together.”
Fun factIf re-elected, Buhari could become Nigeria’s second longest-reigning head of state/president with a combined period of nine years and six months. Obasanjo did 11 years and seven months.

Atiku Abubakar

BirthdayNovember 25
StateAdamawa, north-east
EducationDiploma in hygiene, diploma in law
Public careerRetired as deputy director of Customs & Excise
Political careerVice-President (1999-2007)
Electoral failures 2007 presidential election
Electoral successes1999 Adamawa governorship election, vice-president 1999, 2003
Campaign thrustJobs
Support baseSouth-east, south-south, north-central and parts of south-west
Social mediaTwitter: 1.8m followers @Atiku; Facebook: 736,506 likes, 742,977 followers
Quotable quote“Our country’s educational institutions are clearly not providing quality learning. Our teachers need to be taught”
Fun factAtiku sought the governorship of Adamawa state in 1991 but after securing the SDP ticket, he was disqualified by the military government.

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