Will APC Win the 2023 Election? Influential Northern Governor Drops Strong Hint

Will APC Win the 2023 Election? Influential Northern Governor Drops Strong Hint

  • The governor of Katsina state is very confident that the ruling APC would win the 2023 general election without any difficulty
  • According to Aminu Masari, a similar prediction was made known in the 2019 general election, yet the APC recorded a landslide victory
  • He, however, noted that the present challenge the country is facing is not peculiar to Nigeria alone, noting other countries are going through similar problems

Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina state has said that ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) will not find it difficult to win the 2023 general election, The Cable reports.

In a chat with newsmen on Wednesday, August 17, after he inaugurated a hostel named after him at Al-Hikmah University in Kwara state, Masari said those saying it would be difficult for the ruling party to win “don’t know what they are saying at all”.

Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari, APC, 2023 election
Masari says despite the nation's challenges, the APC won't find it difficult to win in 2023. Photo credit: Aminu Bello Masari
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The governor said the issues affecting Nigeria have a “global dimension” and some other countries are going through similar problems.

He stated thus:

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“Those saying it will be difficult for the APC to win the forthcoming election, they don’t know what they are saying at all.
“That was what they said in 2019 that it will be difficult for the APC to win, because of the country’s situation, but it has come to pass that they were wrong."

Masari speaks further:

“The fundamental thing is that the issue affecting this country has global dimensions. The whole world is facing a crisis and inflation.”

Masari urges citizens to vote right in 2023

Masari said every citizen has a role to play in helping the authorities address the challenges facing the country.

He affirmed:

“I consider this as a passing phase in our development journey.
“Countries that are over 400 years old are still facing some crisis. When did the Irish and British overcome theirs? See, we have history to learn and borrow from and we should pray for our leaders to do what is right. But all of us should know that we have a role and contribution to make.”

2023 presidency: Bola Tinubu "secures" 1.5 million electoral votes in advance

In another report, the Arewa Community in Lagos state has committed 1.5 million electoral votes to the standard bearer of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Their support for Tinubu was made known during the inauguration of Alhaji Sa’adu Gulma as the new chairman of the Arewa Community in Lagos state.

Speaking at the inauguration, the new chairman, Sa’adu said his tenure as chairman will spring forth collaborations that will be beneficial to the entire Arewa community in Lagos state.

Tinubu speaks after visiting Obasanjo in Abeokuta, reveals mission

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Tinubu said he visited Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital, to thank the people and not for the campaign yet.

The former Lagos governor said he came to appreciate Ogun APC for supporting his 2023 presidential ambition and the re-election bid of Governor Dapo Abiodun,

Tinubu made this known while addressing party members and supporters at the MKO Abiola Int’l stadium, Kuto Abeokuta, who welcomed him to the state shortly after visiting ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.

Source: Legit.ng

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