All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, says no party poses a threat to his party’s victory in next year’s general election.
Tinubu opined that the Peoples Democratic Party and other opposition parties will cease to exist after the February general election.
The former Lagos governor spoke on Saturday, at a strategic meeting with APC northern speakers at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Abuja.
“If for calculation, we have the calculator, if for measurement, we have a Shettima. If for strategy and thinking, there is a governor here, we have Lalong.
“Why do we have to worry about them but just wait for the calendar, the day of the voting and we dig their graveyards and dump them there. We need not to worry about the PDP; Poverty Development Party,” Tinubu said.
Speaking further Mr Tinubu said the APC is ready and prepared to counter the PDP, berating the opposition for failing to develop the country while in power.
“They spent 16 years and forgot that there is a railway infrastructure that can do haulage, human carriage, animal husbandry and carriage, food carriage from length and breadth, from east and west of Nigeria.
“If they want to pose a problem, we are better at countering them because we are thinkers and doers,” the presidential candidate said.
Tinubu will be contesting against Atiku Abubakar of the PDP, Labour Party’s Peter Obi and host of other candidates for the top job in Africa’s most populous country in 2023.
Before now, Tinubu had said supporters of LP will labour till death, with Mr Obi firing back, saying there is dignity in labour.
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