PDP won’t succeed in rigging the 2015 elections – Tinubu

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A National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has expressed confidence of his party’s victory in the forthcoming general elections, stating that the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, can’t rig out its presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari this time.

Tinubu who spoke on Wednesday at a stakeholders meeting of Lagos APC insisted that May 29 remains sacrosanct, adding that the “APC has won the elections, except they rig on the other side.”

He also said the APC won’t be intimidated by threats from the presidency and PDP ahead of the elections. “We are ready for the elections. They think they are wise by postponing the elections, but they are not.

APC has won this election except they rig on the other side. All their intimidation will amount to nothing during the elections. They tried to intimidate us during last year Osun State governorship election but they failed. We will be on the street waiting for them. Since they brought soldiers to my house, I have been sleeping very well because I am not afraid of them. “We have been working hard in Abuja.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) must use the card readers whether they like it. PDP doesn’t want it but we are going to resist their plan. They cannot rig us out. March 28 is sacrosanct but before then we are going to ensure we get highest of our voters Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVCs).

“This is the time for unity and understanding. Nigeria is going through challenges and we want to change Nigeria for the interest of the masses. So, this is the time for change. We should also tell our Igbo brothers that we are one for the same economy.

The exchange rate rose from N95 to N210 in Jonathan’s hands and he will continue to give us excuses. We must change him,” Tinubu said. He appealed to residents of the state to troop out to collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs).

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