Professor Mahmoud Yakubu, Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi and New Nigerian People’s Party (NNPP) counterpart Rabio Kwankwaso will be in London next week.
The Chair of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the candidates will speak at Chatham House.
Their separate appearance on the Independent Policy Institute comes ahead of the 2023 elections in Nigeria.
The think tank group said the event was part of a series examining public opinion polls and political developments.
Obi, the former governor of Anambra, will discuss on January 16 his vision for policy and governance reforms in Nigeria.
It will also talk about the priorities for addressing insecurity and corruption, and measures to enhance the social and political mobility of citizens.
On January 17, Yakubu will provide insights into preparations and priorities to ensure fair and inclusive elections.
The Chief Elections Officer will also discuss challenges and plans for conducting elections, security and the use of new technological systems.
The Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) and Biometric Voter Accounting System (BVAS) were deployed for the Anambra, Ekiti and Osun Governors polls.
However, on January 18, Kwankwaso will discuss his political ideas for improving systems and services in Nigeria.
The former Kano governor will talk about the country’s education sector and broader priorities for ensuring safe and inclusive service delivery.
INEC Yakubu President, Peter Obi, Kwankwaso they head to London