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Amina Mohammed Tipped To Be Next President Of Nigeria

Posted by Osei Agyemang
Amina Mohammed, the UN deputy secretary-general

As per dominant part of Nigerians, their once ‘dynamic’ economy is currently exceptionally torpid, and for some years now, there has been several challenges confronted by the citizens.

The trust rested in their leaders have dwindled, in that the current President Buhari has radically failed them. They deduce everything has not been positive to them as citizens at all, hence would wish they have a President who is proactive to run the economy.

In fact, some people have even continually asked the President to resign to save him from additional shame, particularly taking a gander at his health issues.

Nigeria has numerous prominent people all throughout the world, working in high positioned organizations who have been tipped to fill in the position of President Buhari, should he resign or his term of office expires.

One of such characters is Amina Mohammed- – who is at present, the UN deputy secretary-general.

Amina Mohammed who has ascended through the positions to become the most influential woman in the United Nations, has been exceptionally tipped by several groups including economic analysts to accept the responsibility, if the chance emerges.

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Amina Jane Mohammed is a British diplomat and politician who is serving as the fifth Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations. Previously, she was Nigerian Minister of Environment from 2015 to 2016 and was a key player in the Post-2015 Development Agenda process.

But as to whether she might be willing or intrigued to take up the mantle is another point to be tended to. For more than 30 years, Amina has worked hard to shine a light on the developmental challenges facing our world – particularly women.

The 59-year old has gathered so much experiences through these number of years in various outfits, particularly at the United Nations (UN). According to the UN deputy secretary-general, being available to new solutions, relating, up for the defenseless are demonstrating key to tackling emerging challenges.

The question is: is she willing to become Nigeria’s first female president?

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