It Is Not Just About Next General Election, But Apc Will Remain In Power For Next 10 Years- Yegi
As political activities continues to gather momentum in Nigeria, Apc members are confident that their party will still remain in power beyond 2023.
Yusuf is not the first person to have this confidence as even Imo state Governor reiterated that the party will still remain strong amidst the opposition of People's Democratic party.
Vanguard gathered that the lawmaker had in his statement , noted that Apc registration/ revalidation processis a strategy towards increasing the numerical strength of the party
He maintained that the achievements of his party at various levels will give them an edge against any other party , adding that it is not just 2023 General election but the party will still remain in power for hundred years to come .
He boasted that his party has been gaining momentum since coming to power in 2015, and therefore urged teeming youth to make themselves available in the ongoing exercise if they would want their voice to be heard in the coming Election.
According to the lawmaker, " with the registration process more members would join the party, hence increasing it's strength and capacity to retain power".
'Infact it is not just about 2023 but my party will still remain in power for hundred years to come". He further boasted.
"From the crowd your seeing here, our party is ready to take this country to what ever level it so wish". He stated.
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