President Goodluck Jonathan has been advised to start preparing his handover notes now, as “the All Progressives Congress, APC, is putting finishing touch to take over Aso Rock in 2015″.
Governor Rochas Okorocha read the riot act in Owerri, when he played host to APC local government chairmen from the 36 states of the federation, gathered in the city to celebrate his 52nd birthday.
“Come 2015, APC will be in Aso Rock but we must be aggressive to drag PDP and its members out of the Presidency and indeed, Nigeria”, Governor Okorocha said.
While reasuring APC loyalists that the party will win the presidential election, come 2015, Okorocha equally said that PDP time was over in the history of Nigerian politics.
“I have the capacity to govern the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I must also make it abundantly clear that the PDP and indeed, President Goodluck Jonathan, cannot defeat me in the forthcoming general election”, Okorocha boasted.
He however pointed out that he will not run unless the masses ask him to run, stressing that his mission in Nigeria has not been actualized.
“My mission in Nigeria is yet to be fully actualized. This is largely as a result of the activities of the elites, who have denied me several opportunities to serve my people”, Okorocha said.
Continuing, the Governor promised that if given the opportunity to rule Nigeria, he would fight Boko Haram insurgents to a halt through the decentralization of power to the grassroot.
He noted that what inspired him to join politics was to render humanitarian service to the less privileged ones in the society, pointing out that this made him to introduce free education programme from primary to the tertiary level in the state.
Okorocha urged APC members to participate in the revalidation of voters cards, adding that thie would them cast their vote during the 2015 general election.
“You all must understand that Nigeria can be better if the masses elect a credible leader to rule the country”, Okorocha said. – Source