Nigeria: Kimi Badenouche is a candidate for Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

© – Tuesday 12 July 2022 – 2:53 pm

Kimi Badenouch (PhD)

Former Minister for Equal Opportunity in the United Kingdom, Ms Kimi BadenochLast Saturday, the race for the position began first Minister to me United kingdom.

Badenock was born in Wimbledon, London, to parents from Nigeria. She intends to succeed outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Last week, she resigned from the government to help force Johnson to resign.

The Anglo-Nigerian is running for the leadership of the ruling Conservative Party for the post of Prime Minister. A timetable for the elections is expected. The winner will be announced at the party’s annual conference.

Application and beliefs

Announcing his candidacy for the position of Prime Minister United kingdom Badenock, 42, MP for Saffron Walden, wrote in the Times and called for the change, saying the British public was “weared by vulgarity and empty rhetoric. Loving our country, our people and our party is not enough”.

“What is lacking is an intellectual understanding of what is needed to lead the country in an era of increasing polarization, protectionism, and bloated populism on social media,” she said. These early statements caught the attention of many conservatives who support his position.

As his first words, Badenoch motivated his candidacy with these phrases “I am running for this election because I want to tell the truth…it is the truth that will set us free.” Member of Parliament for Saffron Walden said she supports tax cuts “to boost growth and productivity, accompanied by strict spending discipline”.

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Badenoch running for prime minister United kingdom Along with other Tory candidates such as Rishi Sunak, the former chancellor, Sajid Javid, the former health minister; Ben Wallace, Secretary of Defense and Jeremy Hunt, former Secretary of State.

Candidates posted campaign videos on social media to present their arguments to the public. Under the British Parliamentary government, the next Conservative Party leader would automatically become prime minister without the need for a general election.


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