The article quotes the following verse:
Men are in charge of women by [right of] what Allah has given one over
the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So
righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband's]
absence what Allah would have them guard. [4:34]
It is clear from the context that men means husbands and women means wives here.
A comprehensive text of the quoted hadith is:
During the days (of the battle) of Al-Jamal, Allah benefited me with a
word I had heard from Allah's Apostle after I had been about to join
the Companions of Al-Jamal (i.e. the camel) and fight along with them.
When Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) was informed that the Persians had crowned
the daughter of Khosrau as their ruler, he said, "Such people as ruled
by a lady will never be successful."
The narrator Auf b. Bandweh is considered a shia by scholars of hadith like Abu Dawood, Muhammad b. Bishar al-Abdi and Muhammad b. Abdullah al-Makhrami etc. The hadiths that support a narrator's viewpoint are considered unreliable for obvious reasons.
It is also interesting to note that Qur'an does mention a woman ruler (the Queen of Sheba) but nowhere does it condemn her rule.
Due to these reasons I do not think that women cannot come into power.