The National Chairman of the All progressives Congress, Abdullahi Adamu, has said the party has worked hard and deserves victory at the forthcoming polls.
Adamu said this while speaking with newsmen on Wednesday in Abuja on the party’s chances.
“The APC is fully prepared and ready to go into this election. For us as a party, the only result we expect from this election is victory. We have worked hard, really hard.
“No party has been able to put up a robust campaign like the APC did.
“I am sure that the efforts we have put into this campaign will definitely result in successes at the polls.
“And, by the grace of God, we shall surely come out of this Saturday presidential election victorious party,” Adamu said,.
He called on the party supporters and agents to conduct themselves peacefully and to be very vigilant going into the polls.
He also urged parties to support the Independent National Electoral Commission towards conducting an election that would meet every standard of fairness and transparency.
The party chairman said that contrary to insinuations of division, the APC was going into the election as a united front.
He said the party’s National Working Committee and its other organs were working together to deliver victory to its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, and other APC members in the race.
He expressed optimism that Tinubu would bring renewed hope to Nigerians if elected as the country’s next president.
Adamu noted that in the last few months, the APC and Tinubu had been traversing every part of the country campaigning and soliciting for the support of Nigerians ahead of the general elections.
“During these campaign rallies, in all the places we visited, we were greeted by massive turnout of supporters and loyalists which has confirmed the fact that we are the biggest party in Nigeria.
“Just yesterday (Tuesday), we held our final mega rally in Lagos, the number of our supporters who turned out for the rally gives me cause for joy.
“I am convinced that with what I have seen across the country, victory at Saturday’s election belongs to the APC,” Adamu said.
He said the party’s campaign rallies provided its opportunities to explain to Nigerians its policies and programmes for the next four years.
He added that during the campaigns, the party laid before the voters how it intends to build on the legacies of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), in areas of infrastructural development, agriculture, security and youth development.
“We told Nigerians to have confidence in the ability of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to bring renewed hope to them.
“I assure every Nigerian that the next APC administration will not only build on monumental achievements of the past eight years, it will open new areas of development for the country,” he said.