Elections 2019: We are not interested in the postponement of polls - APC

Elections 2019: We are not interested in the postponement of polls - APC

- The APC presidential campaign council said the party is ready for the forthcoming general elections

- The party dismissed reports that it was looking for a postponement of the elections

- Bulamad said he has promoted those things that would engender confidence in Nigerians to accept that the system is fair

Arc Waziri Bulama, the deputy director general of APC presidential campaign council disclosed the party's readiness for the forthcoming general elections dismissing claims that the APC was looking for a postponement of the polls.

Bulama who disclosed this on Wednesday, February 13, stated that the council had carried its campaign all over the country.

He said the responsibilities of leaders was to deliver good governance, secure the lives of Nigerians, ensure that they promote justice, rule of law, peace and freedom through their actions.

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He said Buhari has strongly promoted all these through words and actions and through personal example.

''Because you see incumbency places the responsibility on every leader to ensure that there is freedom, there is fairness, there is justice, that all the institutions of government are not exploited for personal interest.

“All stakeholders who participated in these elections have affirmed these elections as qualitatively better under this dispensation than the previous one," he stated.

According to him, this means there is commitment, fairness and commitment to justice under the APC-led government.

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Bulama added: “Even in our own party, APC President Buhari and Ahmed Tinubu, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole never imposes a condition you determine who is a party leader or party candidate. So they have the policy of allowing the institutions to work.

“We have this record and also you see Nigerians have shown greater confidence in democracy because under our leadership Nigerians registered to vote increased from 68.5 million to 84 million.

"This is a sign of confidence in those in power because votes count under our leadership. That is why all Nigerians come forward to register and you see many people also rushed to collect their voter cards. l want to tell you that base on our works as campaign council, we are ready for elections."

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that a global research and political risk solutions firm based in New York, Eurasia Group, predicted victory for President Buhari in the February 16 presidential election, specifying that the president will win by 60%.

The group predicted that the odds against President Buhari’s main challenger, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, positioned the incumbent to retain his seat at the Aso Villa.

Some of the odds, identified by the group, have to do with divided, unwholesome support given to Atiku by key elements from his party.

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