A SDP female presidential candidate withdraws from the race.


Cesnabmihilo Dorathy Nuhu-Aken'Ovia, a female presidential contestant, has withdrawn from the race just hours before the Social Democratic Party (SDP) Convention slated for Wednesday at Eagle Square in Abuja.

The presidential candidate for 2023 has also placed her support behind Prince Adewole Adebayo, urging her supporters to vote for him.

She declared during a news conference that she dropped out of the contest because the party decided to zone the presidency to the South, and she had no choice but to step aside as a faithful party member.

She went on to say that her political machinery had been dismantled in order to promote the Adebayo campaign.

"First and foremost, the celebration." I'm a party girl, albeit a loyal and obedient one. I follow the guidelines set forth by my political party. And it is my obligation, as well as the responsibility of every other member, to ensure that the party wins the upcoming election. She stated, "I decided to help him and the party by donating and submitting my political structure to his organisation in order to have a good showing at the polls."

Another party aspirant, Prince Adewole Adebayo, applauded his colleague's move, saying that her example should be followed.

People like her, he continued, should be encouraged to volunteer for the country's service.

"I've learned a lot from her and witnessed firsthand how talented Nigerians are. "How come I didn't know her before now?" I quickly self-indicted as someone who aspires to leadership. 

I knew I had a strong challenger when I noticed the demographic following Cesnabmihilo Dorathy Nuhu-Aken'Ovia and her grasp of topics. And she made me more serious, more detailed, and more willing to get down to the grassroots because she was penetrating the communities while we were having press conferences and other practical things. This is a significant gesture from her, and I appreciate it. I applaud her bravery, which should be imitated."


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