2027: Ganduje informs opposition parties, “There is no vacancy in Aso Rock.”

May 2, 2024 | 2023 Elections | 0 comments

Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), asserted yesterday that the presidency would not be vacant in 2027, dismissing opposition hopes for a change in leadership. Speaking at the APC’s national secretariat in Abuja, Ganduje highlighted the challenges faced by President Bola Tinubu’s administration due to past neglect and policy inconsistencies.

Addressing supporters, Ganduje emphasized the need for unity within the APC to sustain its progress. He criticized the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) for resorting to propaganda against the APC leadership, alleging their fear of impending defeat.

Ganduje accused NNPP leaders in Kano State of instigating protests and attempting to undermine his position as APC national chairman. He described NNPP as a party of failed politicians engaging in political theatrics to detract from their shortcomings.

Dismissively, Ganduje portrayed NNPP as inconsequential, needing more capacity to influence political outcomes. He characterized the party as internally divided and dominated by individuals with failed political careers.

In conclusion, Ganduje affirmed the APC’s commitment to addressing the people’s needs despite distractions orchestrated by the NNPP and reiterated confidence in President Tinubu’s continued leadership beyond 2027.

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