Former national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), John Oyegun has said that the party will have challenges in 2023 general election.
The former national chairman, in an interview with ARISE NEWS on Friday, said that President Muhammadu Buhari will no longer be able to contest, which will be a big problem for the party.
He said, “When the APC was formed, all the predictions were that it will implode in another year or two, but the APC did not implode. ”
“The APC will have issues in 2023 and it has to start now, it has time to put its acts together for 2023. In 2023, there will be no President Buhari.”
On allegations that the ruling party failed to accomplish any of its promises during its first term, Oyegun said:
“We never told you that we have that magic switch which immediately our president is turned into office, he flicks it, the whole of the country has changed. No, it is a process and let me admit, the realities on ground turned out to be a little bit more difficult than we thought,” he said.
“Even as we move to the very next level, we are carrying change with us.”