Fanny Facsar an international journalist with DW News is poised to cover the 2019 presidential election in Nigeria.
Fanny Facsar was at the APC giant broom at Abuja city gate and talked about the inability of the APC broom to sweep away corruption in Nigeria.
“It was put up shortly before the election. The broom has always been a symbol of the APC party. President Buhari’s party. A symbol of the promise to sweep away corruption. But that did not happen. Follow our election coverage with @adriankriesch @FlourishChukwur #NigeraDecides”
“You would say Buhari swept away corruption? Unfortunately his efforts failed. That doesn’t mean it cannot be tackled …but question of strategy.”
The APC has however denied constructing the giant broom which has generated both heated argument in the political space, and backlash from those who thought giant broom is an eye sore to the country’s capital.
There were many questions as regard the motive behind the citing of the broom, at a space that contributes greatly to the aesthetics of the country.
In a exclusive interview with Channels TV, the APC media secretary, Mallam Lanre Isa-Orlu said the party was not responsible for it but that it was built by Nigerians who love the party’s administration of the country.