After 2023, I don't believe APC will still exist. -Atiku


After 2023, I don't believe APC will still exist. -Atiku
According to Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party's presidential nominee, the All Progressives Congress would not endure past the general elections of 2023.

The former vice president made the comment at the National Youth Campaign Council's inauguration on Thursday in Abuja, which was presided over by Senator Ademola Adeleke, the incoming governor of Osun State, who was represented by Mohammed Maibasira, a former national youth leader.

According to Atiku, the PDP is the only party in Nigeria and the APC is a "alliance" rather than a political organization.

We have seen how alliances in this country have disintegrated over night, so I don't think the APC would survive after this election; we are going to vote them out in 2023. To be honest, there is only the PDP; the APC is not a political party; it is an alliance between the CPC and Tinubu's party.

Regarding the theme of enduring democracy, Atiku stated, "Some of us gave our all to fight for the democracy we have in Nigeria. For the freedom of expression, of travel, and of everything else we take for granted today, many people gave their lives.

The establishment of a young council by the PDP, according to Atiku, is a milestone in the party's efforts to better establish and uphold democracy in the nation.

He gave members of the youth campaign committee instructions to mobilize youth and allay their concerns about the APC's performance during the previous seven years in order to work for the party's win at the state and local government levels.

He continued, "PDP is making history in that we are the first political party to establish a youth council in the nation. However, given that we are Nigeria's first political party, this is not at all surprising.

The PDP presidential candidate asserted that his party would allow young people the freedom to pursue any career path they choose, adding that his five-program platform would address all of the nation's issues.

The vice presidential candidate, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, the director of the presidential campaign, Governor Aminu Tambuwal, the national chairman of the party, Iliyasu Damagum, some former governors, some members of the national working committee, the national youth leader and his deputy, representatives of the states of Bayelsa and Edo, as well as other party members, were all present at the inauguration.


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