You Will Struggle To Gain 2% Vote In 2027 – APC Warns Tinubu

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APC Warns Tinubu of Potential Electoral Struggles in 2027. 


The All Progressives Congress (APC) leadership in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has issued a stark warning to President Bola Tinubu, cautioning that he may face significant challenges in garnering votes in the 2027 presidential election if immediate action is not taken to address concerns regarding Minister Nyesom Wike‘s actions.



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According to the APC leaders, Tinubu could potentially struggle to secure even 2 percent of the votes in the FCT during the upcoming presidential election if Wike continues to undermine the party’s presence in the territory. They further expressed fears that the APC might face losses in the next Area Councils election if the current situation persists, attributing these concerns to Wike’s alleged disregard for the party and its leadership.


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Speaking at a press conference in Abuja, APC chieftains led by convener Comrade Abdulwahab Ekekhide and co-convener David Omobolaji Obaje, criticized Wike’s conduct since assuming office as the FCT minister. They highlighted Wike’s purported refusal to engage with the party’s leadership despite repeated attempts by the APC to seek dialogue.



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It is worth noting that Wike, a member of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), was appointed as FCT minister by President Tinubu, who also leads the APC.



Ekekhide emphasized the collective rejection by the APC leadership and members in the FCT of what they perceive as continued biased appointments and neglect by the minister. The party representatives denounced what they described as Wike’s persistent sidelining of the APC in FCT affairs and called for urgent corrective measures to address the situation.



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