The Caretaker Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Governor Mai Mala Buni of Yobe State, says his party is now the largest party in the whole of Africa. Buni who made this boast when he hosted some party big wigs in Damaturu, the state capital, said with over 41 million registered members after its recent membership registration and revalidation exercise, the APC will continue to win elections in the country. The Yobe governor disclosed that the “APC currently has over 40 million registered party members, going by the validation exercise and records obtained from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).” “The APC conducted a very successful membership registration and revalidation exercise. We now have over 41 million registered members across the country, with full details of every member,” Buni noted. “APC remains Africa’s largest political party and Nigeria’s ruling party with a population that will always win elections,” he further boasted. He, however, admitted that the APC had not succeeded in fulfilling its promise to stem the rising tide of terrorists and bandits’ atrocities, blamed past regimes for the insecurity situation in the country. “Sadly, the country is facing serious security challenges because the nation’s security forces were left ill-equipped by successive administrations, while poverty and illiteracy bred a population ready for recruitment into criminal activities.” A check on INEC‘s website shows that currently, there are 84 million registered eligible voters in Nigeria and what the APC claims mean is that it has about 52% of all eligible voters in the country as members, leaving the remaining parties with a little over 43 million voters to share.