Engr. Markus Gundiri, a Chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa State, in an apparent statement over former Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s exit from the APC says that no Nigerian can defeat President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.
He added that the APC in Adamawa was waxing stronger even with the absent of Atiku.
“Who else in this country today can stand election against Buhari and win? I don’t think there is anyone,” Gundiri said in Abuja when speaking to journalists.
“Look, you have to look at the achievements of this president in these few years. It took the PDP 16 years to establish a system and you can’t expect the APC in three years to establish that type of position. It is going to take some time.
“If you give the president another four years, then you can now see that he will do much better than what the PDP did in the last 16 years. Look, Buhari came into governance at a time Nigeria was in a serious problem; economically, security wise and all other problems that were associated with leadership in this country,” he added.
“More people are coming to the APC. PDP in Adamawa State has worse problem than any other state in the federation because I’m in the APC. I won’t talk more about that. But they have problem, even the party itself at the national level has problem. APC is much stronger.”