2023 elections will be toughest Nigeria ever had – APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has revealed that the 2023 general elections will be the toughest since the country got independence in 1960. 

The National Chairman of APC, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, made this revelation during inter-faith prayers for Nigeria and Tinubu/Shettima candidacy organised by Women Initiative for Family Economy (WIFE) on Thursday in Abuja.

Adamu, who was represented by the APC Deputy National Women Leader, Hajiya Zainab Ibrahim, said the election would be tough because “it will purely be scientific.”

The APC revealed that members and leaders of the party have a serious task ahead of them to win the elections, adding that all hands must be on deck to deliver victory to the APC.

Adamu said, “We are going into one of the toughest elections Nigeria has ever had. The 2023 elections will be scientific and  the BVAS don’t recognise any one; they only recognise the PVCs.

“So we must mobilise all voters physically and virtually. This is the only way we can coast to victory.

“After the prayers, we must ensure that we mobilise all our wives, husbands, neighbours and even our enemies to vote for the APC. Let’s ensure every eligible voter close to us gets their PVCs.

“We have a candidate who is an economic consultant in the 21st century; who will deliver 21st century governance. Women have no reason not to vote Tinubu because he was the first governor to have a woman as deputy governor when he was governor of Lagos State.

“We have a very serious task ahead of us which is to ensure that we retain power in 2023, and all hands must be on deck to achieve this feat. So the inter-faith prayers will unite Nigeria. The choice of campaign for Tinubu/Shettima is a noble one,” the party said.

President and convener of the WIFE, Ambassador Aisha, said the essence of the event was to pray for Tinubu and Shettima as next president and vice president of Nigeria in 2023.

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