The Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, has said that there is no alliance between it and the Congress for Progressive Chang, CPC, in respect of Saturday’s Presidential election.
In a press conference, Wednesday, in Abuja, ACN chairman , Chief Bisi Akande said that though there were talks between his party and the CPC, “such talks have not led to any alliance.”
”The Action Congress of Nigeria , ACN, wishes to inform all its teeming supporters as well as all Nigerians that there is no alliance between the party and the Congress for Progressive Change , CPC, ahead of Saturday’s Presidential election.
“While it is true that representatives of both parties have engaged in talks aimed at forging an alliance that could dislodge the Peoples Democratic Party , PDP, the clueless party that has frittered away the huge opportunities that could have transformed our great country in the past 12 years, we regret to announce that such talks have not led to any alliance.
“We as party that believes in democratic values have therefore decided that in the overall interest of the parties involved, our democracy as well as our country, it is better for each of the parties to go into the presidential election on its own platform.
“If at the end of the election on Saturday there is no clear winner we will make a decision on which way to go, in the overriding interest of all Nigerians.”