2023: Oil mogul, Sami Charles, set to challenge APC, PDP


The chairman of ANOG Group Sami Charles, and convener of the Foundation for a New Nigeria has mobilized millions of youth who sought to displace the ruling and opposition party on the road to 2023 elections aligned with the interest of the ordinary Nigerians.

Mr. Charles who is running for the president of the African most populous country under the platform of the Labour Party is believed to be a favorite candidate by majority of the youth who constitute the highest rate of the voters.

Amidst the prevailing National challenges, a businessman and technocrat Mr. Sampson Uchenna Charles launched a third force movement to wrestle power from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and displace the main opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

Barrister Mukhtar, who is a lawyer and leading youth organization believed that Sami Charles is the right man for the job. According to him, Charles represents almost all the social categories of Nigerian voters. “The poor will have the fresh start they desperately need in him, the private sector will see him as one of them, the young people who constitute the majority of registered voters could feel him, as he is younger than fellow contestants. The wise Nigerians will support him being cosmopolitan enough to get rid of the diverse nature of Nigeria” Mukhtar added.

Sami Charles’ third force is generating much demographic power and vote-winning machinery and a heavy war chest. He has put himself in a dark horse position. This is because the voting pattern of Nigeria is making it easy for the new movement.

There are millions of Nigerians who do not owe an allegiance to APC or PDP. There are millions of Nigerians who are still not pleased with the state of the nation and are ready to cast their votes for the candidate they think would make a big difference in their lives, no matter the parties they belong. It does not take an eternity to mobilize these sentiments. We all saw what happened in 2015, and we witnessed another revolution in Sami Charles’ new movement.