APC will cease to exist after 2023 – Lamido

APC will cease to exist after 2023

Sule Lamido, a former governor of Jigawa State and a PDP chieftain, has prophesied that the All Progressives Congress (APC) will cease to exist after 2023.

He asserted that the APC will implode because it was founded on animosity for the PDP and had failed to keep its promises, with its leaders exposed as liars.

The former foreign minister predicted that the PDP will reclaim power in 2023 as Nigerians became bored of the governing party.

Today, Lamido disclosed this in an interview with Daily Trust.

President Muhammadu Buhari won the 2015 election on the back of a campaign focused on addressing the country’s security issues, improving the economy, and combating corruption. In 2019, he was re-elected to another four-year term.

Opposition groups, most notably the PDP, have been plotting to topple the governing party ahead of the 2023 presidential election.

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Additionally, the former governor chastised President Buhari and the APC leadership for encouraging cross-carpeting into the governing party, saying that they used extortion to get opposition members to join their ranks.

“It is irresponsible for Buhari to now host PDP members in the Villa. This entails corruption, as stealing a PDP ticket and transferring it to another party is the worst type of corruption,” Lamido stated.

In response to the then-new party’s attempt to recruit him in 2014, he stated that leaving the PDP would mean biting the hands that feed him. “I declined to go because I doubted their sincerity. And their methodology is questionable. They lack basic decency. How could they assault me and then come back to me with a different story?

“In all of our goals and divides as citizens, politicians, and activists, we should prioritize Nigeria. Allow Nigeria to be developed, regardless of whether you are in the APC or the PDP,” he stated.

Additionally, Lamido stated that the desire for reform was fueled by a lack of trust in the system, poor governance, unfairness, and nepotism.

However, in response to Lamido’s comments, Yekini Nabena, the APC’s deputy national press secretary, today stated that the party will not collapse.

He asserts that the party is really national and has achieved important milestones in the country, noting that it was formed on democratic values rather than on falsehoods.

“What did Sule Lamido accomplish for the people when he was governor of Jigawa State? Allow him to investigate himself first. I can guarantee that the APC will not implode. In 2023, the party will keep power. It has surpassed the point of extinction,” he stated.

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