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May be or may be not the governing party All Progressives Congress (APC) has been undermining the renewed strength of the major opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) before this election. But if true, it probably knows better by now. Thankfully, the election has been postponed by one week, which is the grace and blessing in disguise for today’s crucial meeting in APC secretariat in Abuja.
May be or may be not, the shift in election was a face saving opportunity to avoid a shocking result. But what is certain as presently is that the governing party knows that it is a 50-50 game….It wasn’t going to be a landslide victory as was the case in 2015. The campaigns are over. Cheap talks are over. Promises and pledges have made. The politicians are stepping aside for the people, the masses, the electorate or the voters to decide. It would have been done and dusted on February 16, 2019 but perhaps for divine arrangement day of verdict….the People’s day was postponed.
The pendulum is dangling and dangerously too. It is now a race against time.. The wind seems an ill one….and it is blowing ferociously with a devastating form of a tsunami. Anything, just anything could happen. The atmosphere is not providing any fresh, healthy or hopeful wind. In fact, it is choking!
The fear now is that the people may have had their minds made up. But is it for good or otherwise? This crucial meeting is not going to take any chances as indicators hours to the postponed election are not friendly nor favorable in any form or ways.
Is it too late to make amends? Is the time left, enough to accommodate all the fresh logistic arrangements? Is there any ray of light at the end of this dark tunnel? Is this push not coming to shove? Is it not regrettable to have thought it was a smooth sail? Was it not wrong to have gone off guard? We’re the people ever taken for granted? What could be done now? Any hope of and for a fast turn around? Who plays the talismanic role? Will this ship sail or sink? Will this ship berth?
This meeting must come up with concrete solutions by supplying answers to these questions before Saturday 23rd February, 2019….Best of luck to all!