MPAC “Engage!” Campaign
(Quick Poll on Muslim Voters)
Monday, 8 August 2022 | 10 Muharram 1444 AH
In the upcoming 2023 elections, Muslim voters will play critical roles in identifying and electing national office holders, including the office of the President of the country. The choice is yours, and this poll is simply to assess the issues that are most important to individual Muslim voters.
Regardless of party affiliation or slogans, by considering the main issues which affect Nigerians and reflect our national interests, we are hopeful that Nigeria shall set itself on a path of our national interests, including security, peace and prosperity.
From the list below, select from the most important to the least that you, as a Muslim voter, rely on in evaluating candidate choices, and especially picking a presidential candidate.
ONLY ONE ANSWER IS POSSIBLE PER COLUMN
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MPAC is a non-partisan Muslim organisation with the political empowerment of Nigerian Muslims as one of its core focus areas.
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