Comrade Timi Frank, a former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has said that the All Progressive Congress, APC, is not campaigning for the forthcoming general election because they already know they would lose.
Frank noted that Buhari would have preferred returning to Daura peacefully but he cannot as he is not in charge.
He said that Africans all over the continent are tired of all dictators as leaders, hence the defeat of Joseph Kabila’s preferred candidate in DR Congo at the just concluded presidential election.
He further applauded the people of Congo for their courage and strong desire despite intimidations Joseph Kabila-led ruling party’s government, expressing confidence that Nigeria will experience similar feat in next month’s presidential election.
He also urged INEC to be neutral and refuse all forms of pressure from the APC and cabals in the presidency to rig the elections.
Frank also demanded for the separate accreditation of voters on election day with the figures recorded, announced and issued to political parties’ agent before voting.
Frank disclosed this in a statement signed on Friday in Abuja.
He said, “It is obvious that the ruling APC will lose the coming presidential election and that is why the party is not bothered on the reasons to the campaign.
“Although left for Buhari, he would have preferred returning to Daura peacefully but being a man who is not always in charge of anything, the cabals had to force him into a strange democratic path.
“We are using this medium to warn INEC and all those who might be thinking of doing anything contrary to the will of Nigerians to drop it now because the majority of Nigerians will reject the Cabals in Nigeria in the coming presidential election through the ballot.
“Already, we are in the know that the INEC chairman has been promised an oil-block at a secret meeting with Buhari in presidential Villa, if he delivers the re-election of the President but he will be doing that to set the country ablaze.
“I want to call on the international community and the National Assembly to thoroughly investigate the allegations that the INEC chairman shared more than N300 million with CSOs and some political parties to seek their support. We know that this money, if true, is not budgeted for and Nigerians were not told that such money will be given to CSOs and parties. So, for transparency sake, we demand an explicit explanation now.”