Cov /Usman MZ, Jigawa
All Progressives Congress APC says the party may face stiff political war against the odd of not having a presidential candidate that could spring up millions of votes like it happened in subsequent elections
The APC National Youth leader, Barrister Ismail Ahmed stated this during a parley with stakeholders at the Manpower Development Institute Dutse, in jigawa state.
According to him,for the first time in a long time, president Muhammadu Buhari will be out of the equation come 2023 with an entirely fresh candidate that will be expected to win elections for the party.
Barrister Ismail Ahmed said members of the party should not be under the illusion that the elections would be smooth adding that already the main opposition party PDP, had about 14 states with mega resources to finance the party.
Earlier, the Acting state chairman of the APC Alhaji Muhammad Dikuma congratulates the national youth leader for series of political interventions made on behalf of Jigawa state.
Dikuma said for years northern youth were the most backward in the country, pointing out that it was very unfortunate that they were neglected for a very long time and their future tempered with leading them to social vices.
Radio Nigeria reports that the meeting between the national youth leader and stakeholders in Dutse may have come at a time, the APC is in a dilemma of a political candidate that have a pedigree of President Buhari and will guarantee mass votes for the party.