Adamu Garba has attacked the All Progressives Congress (APC), claiming the ruling party is not the best alternative for Nigerian youths.
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that Garba’s comment followed his resignation from the APC earlier this month.
The presidential aspirant under the platform of the Young Progressive Party (YPP) said during an interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Thursday, that the APC cannot strengthen Nigeria’s Democracy.
“The future of the young people is outside the APC. And the best solution for me to do, is to go to a platform that will give us a better way forward, a better programme, a better democracy, to be able to advance the idea of the new generation of Nigerians. And that’s why we moved to the YPP,” he said.
The 2023 Nigerian general election will be held, in large part, on 25 February and 11 March 2023. During this presidential election year, the President and Vice President will be elected on 25 February with incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari being term-limited.