Thursday, September 25, 2014

Election will be Tough In 2015, We Want to Take Over – Buhari

Ex-Military Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari has predicted that next year’s general elections will be tough and urged all APC members to collect their voters’ card and hold on to them.

He called on Nigerians not to vote for treasury looters in 2015, saying provision of free amenities is possible. He rolled out the party’s package for Nigerians; improved infrastructure, water, electricity and improved education system for Nigerians, under a new government run by the APC.

In Buhari’s words: “The next five months will be very tough, because we want to take over the government, from Councillorship to Presidency.

“Next election is going to be different and next year is going to be tough because APC is ready for change in Nigeria. We will stop corruption; no more will anybody put government money into private pockets.”

Meanwhile, the All Progressives congress, APC, has said “Nigeria is terribly asleep and is having a serious nightmare,” and will continue to experience such as long as the ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, remained at the helms of affairs.

National Chairman of the APC, John Odigie-Oyegun, who stated this at Lokoja Township Stadium, Kogi State, during the formal reception of Kogi PDP decampees into the party on Tuesday, said “PDP is giving Nigeria a bad dream.”

The former governor of Edo State, however, said there “is hope for Nigeria if Nigerians wake up fast and vote for APC which is becoming the fastest growing party in Nigeria, and has come to remedy the ills meted on the country.”

Addressing the crowd, he said, “APC is growing so fast. Many of you know I have been here three times in the past and I tell you this is the greatest crowd I have seen.

“The PDP is finished anyway. Have we forgotten the N20 billion? Have we forgotten the N225 million armoured tank? Can we forget the $9.3million? Can we forget Boko Haram? And, look at it here in Kogi State, look at the very stadium we are standing, where the government cannot fix its roofs.

“But, I want to tell you that as soon as APC comes into power, we will change all these for the better.”

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