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Who Will Be Elected As The Next President of Ireland in 2025 : Alternative Medicine Professor Joseph Chikelue Obi or Dr Enda Kenny vs Prof Bertie Ahern ?

01-07-2021 01:03 PM CET | Politics, Law & Society

Press release from: Presidential Elections Monitoring Committee (PEMC)

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Meet Your Top 3 Independent Irish Presidential Election Contenders in the 2025 National Contest – and all of them are (Highly) Controversial.

The current list includes an Emeritus Alternative Medicine Professor (Obi) who is Black ; plus 2 Former Prime Ministers of Ireland (Bertie and Enda) who are White.

Is Ireland ready for a Black President in 2025 ; most especially one with an Alternative (Holistic) Approach to Health , Wellness , Self Care and Wellbeing ?

Here We Go : Let Us Briefly Summarize Them !

Name: Joseph Chikelue Obi

Irish County : Cavan

Home (Constituency) Town : Ballyconnell

Political Nickname : Obi

Ethnicity : Black (Ethnic Minority)

Political Party : Independent

Chances of Winning the Irish Presidency in 2025 : (Very) Very High.

Highest Political Office (to date) : The Most Excellent State Counsellor of Biafraland

Profession : Alternative Medicine Professor , Chief Wellness Officer of the Minor Ailments Project ; and EU (European Union) Medical Doctor (Fully Licensed to Practise in the Mediterranean).

Website : https://www.minor.ie

Name: Enda Kenny

Irish County : Mayo

Home (Constituency) Town : Castlebar

Political Nickname : Enda

Ethnicity : White (Caucasian)

Political Party : Independent

Chances of Winning the Irish Presidency in 2025 : (Very) Very High

Highest Political Office (to date) : His Excellency The Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland from 2011 to 2017.

Profession : Corporate Adviser (Private Sector) and Honorary Doctor of Law at NUI.

Website : https://www.facebook.com/endakennyofficial/

Name: Bartholomew Patrick Ahern

Irish County : Dublin

Home (Constituency) Town : Drumcondra

Political Nickname : Bertie

Ethnicity : White (Caucasian)

Political Party : Independent

Chances of Winning : Very High

Chances of Winning the Irish Presidency in 2025 : (Very) Very High

Highest Political Office (to date) : His Excellency The Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland from 1997 to 2008.

Profession : Executive President of the Irish Football Association and Honorary Professor at Queen's University in Belfast.

Presidential Elections Monitoring Committee (PEMC)

Phoenix Park

Dublin

D08

Republic of Ireland

Email: presidential.elections@outlook.com

Phone: +353 086 227 35

Website : https://www.qub.ac.uk/Research/GRI/mitchell-institute/People/HonoraryProfessors/

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