Will the preferred clothing colour of Nigeria’s leading presidential candidates affect their electoral fortunes in 2023?

Where is this coming from?

Can you not answer a simple question without immediately becoming a questioner yourself?

You’re talking about a candidate’s preferred clothing colour and his electoral fortune? In Nigeria? Are you for real?

Then you must not have read the book, Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future written by Syl Tang, an American writer.

Wait, a minute. I didn’t hear anything in your last statement that mentioned the political fortunes of candidates. Besides, I suspect that the author must have written about the American political context.

You’re right, there’s no mention of political fortune in the book’s title and the context is America but have you not read books based in particular locations, which have principles with universal applications?

You went to all that length just because you want to say that the preferred clothing colour of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, and Mr. Peter Obi will affect their electoral fortunes come 2023?

I wanted to have a discourse on the underrated power of preferred clothing of political candidates and its impact on their electoral fortune.

Do you have any research to back your idea or you’re relying solely on Syl Tang’s theories?

I don’t have the result of the research yet but Syl Tang says a candidate’s preferred clothing choice affects the public’s perception of the candidate.

Do you know that since this discussion started, you have not mentioned the preferred clothing colour of the leading presidential candidates?

Isn’t it obvious?

What is obvious? If you think you know the preferred clothing colour of Mr. Peter Obi, as I suspect you do, what is the preferred clothing colour of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar?

I don’t know

I’m sorry when you find out their preferred clothing colour, and more importantly, what the colours mean and represent, call me and let us resume this discussion.

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