President Goodluck Jonathan. (File: AFP)
Abuja - President Goodluck Jonathan has admitted that the All Progressives Congress poses a threat to his re-election bid, reports The Nation.
He admitted that it will be tougher for him to win the election now than it was in 2011.
Despite the threat, he, however said he was not worried about the possible outcome of the forthcoming presidential election.
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President Jonathan, who was answering questions on an African Independent Television (AIT) programme, Kaakaki on Thursday, noted that those who defected from the PDP) gave the APC the strength it currently enjoys.
He stated that if former PDP members were to leave the APC, it would crumble like a pack of cards.
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