Former Military Head of State Ibrahim Babangida, says all the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) needs, is to stream up more efforts on working on the electorate to have a landslide victory in next year’s general elections.
Babangida made this comment on Wednesday when the candidate of the PDP for the Niger East Zone B Senatorial district, Ibrahim Ishaku (SAN), paid him a courtesy call at his Hilltop mansion in Minna area of the state.
Speaking on the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC), the former Military ruler said the APC as a “political party, appears to have entangled itself into wobbling traps as if it was under a curse.”
Babangida said the APC crisis is threatening to completely bring down the ruling party before the general elections next year.
His words: “The APC, as a political party, appears to have entangled itself into wobbling traps as if it was under a curse. All that the opposition (PDP) needed to do is to stream up more efforts on working on the electorate to have a landslide victory in next year’s election.”
Maintaining that the 2019 senatorial election in Niger East (zone ‘B’) would be a walkover against APC, the former Head of State said, “The APC, in all three tiers of government, is still embroiled in debilitating crises that are threatening to completely bring down the party and in next year’s general elections, all that is required by PDP is to step up efforts with fervent prayers to emerge victoriously.”