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2023: current difficulties would be child’s play if you don’t fire APC – Bamgbose to Nigerians

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Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, has asked Nigerians to be more concerned about sending the Congress of All Progressives, APC, to pack from Aso Rock in 2023.

Bamgbose said that the difficulties Nigerians currently face would be child’s play if they finally allow the APC to win the presidential election in 2023.

“There is no guarantee that things will get better if APC wins the election, however there is a high possibility that things will get worse. Another 4 years of APC in government will undoubtedly be hell and may herald a danger to Nigeria’s economic and political well-being, ”the lead attorney and 2023 presidential hopeful told NEWSLODGE on Wednesday.

He said all hands must be on deck to remove APC from power in 2023, adding that the ruling party has refined plans to present a puppet from the South as its consensus candidate.

“The hidden agenda behind this is to ensure that the cabals remain in power, while ensuring that nothing changes much, in other words, excuses will continue to be the order of the day,” he added.

“They will also make sure that the security situation worsens so that Nigerians begin to regret voting for a Southerner.

“The only way out is for APC to be ousted from power in 2023. I seriously doubt that Nigerians can endure four more years of APC in power after 2023.

“The time has come for political actors to devise ways and measures to oust APC from power in 2023, unless this is done there may be no hope for a better Nigeria.

“The APC consensus candidate will have to go along with the cabal to ensure the status quo is maintained. Tinubu is never listed as an APC consensus candidate.

“He will not be considered because they see him as someone prone to rebelling against them in the near future. Therefore, it is wise to start preparing on how to get rid of the APC presidency in 2023. The surest way for Nigeria to move forward is to ensure that APC does not return to power in 2023. “

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