A desperate time in the democratic circle of the Nigerian State has come again.
February 16, has been slated for the day Nigerians will exercise their franchise, and a memorable day ever to be remembered.
As the saying goes, ‘desperate times calls for desperate measures’, as physically manifested in the actions of political aspirants.
Campaigns have since started for all 91 political parties. Each party doing whatever they can to woo Nigerians as the polls draw close.
But the striking topic of discuss goes to the two aspirants of the major political party, APC and PDP.
The leading opposition party, PDP, have renewed calls to put up a tough fight at the polls, as they embark on a massive campaign through out the country.
The ruling party is also not left out, as they also embark on a massive campaign to get re-elected.
What Does The Odds Say As Regard Victory Between PDP And APC
The songs of victory are heard everywhere as all parties try to convince Nigerians during their campaigns and rallies.
Victory is still a mirage until the stipulated date of the election.
The APC Presidential candidate and President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has a three point agenda. These agenda are, fighting corruption, improving the economy and tackling security.
Infrastructures have also not been left out as massive road constructions, rails, bridges, electricity revamping and dams are on going.
The social investment program initiated by the current administration, has empowered youths, children, market women and the elderly.
While candidate of the leading opposition party, Alh. Atiku Abubakar has promised employments, improved security, infrastructure and a turn around in the economy.
Alh. Atiku Abubakar has promised to get Nigeria working again. While President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to take Nigeria to the next level of greatness.
Both candidates have made promises to Nigerians and hope to deliver on those promises if elected.
While the stakes are thus high, the mystery can only be unraveled by Nigerians come february, 16, 2019.