The general elections are barely three weeks away, what is the level of APC preparedness for the polls in the FCT?We are fully prepared even before the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was forced to shift the elections to March 28 and April 11.How would you react to the allegation that some politicians and party agents are mopping up voter’s cards in some parts of the territory?It is a serious issue but we have gone round the territory to educate our supporters on the need to be wary of such desperate politicians and not to give their cards to them. These politicians sometimes present fake employment forms in exchange of the people’s voter’s cards and in some cases outrightly buy the cards from them. They are desperate and they are actually mopping up the cards but such antics won’t stop their defeat. Just wait till the election date.The Peoples Democratic Party is saying that your party is not campaigning and that your candidates are relying on the popularity of General Muhammadu Buhari to win the elections, how would you react to this?It is not true. All our candidates are campaigning, the party itself is campaigning but we have chosen silent way of doing it unlike the noise makers. We are talking to people one on one by visiting their various communities. As I am talking to you now, we have all our contacts campaigning for us across the 62 political wards in the FCT.Do you think your party is capable of winning elections in the territory, considering the fact that most of your challengers are at present occupying the positions being contested for?If you are talking of incumbency power, you should be talking of a performing government but in the case of PDP, the party has not performed. This country has been under the leadership of PDP for years now and they have nothing to show for it compared to the resources at their disposal. So, APC is winning all elective positions with wide margins by the grace of God come March 28.
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