PDP Slams APC On Being In Power For The Next 26 years

PDP Slams APC On Being In Power For The Next 26 years
  • PublishedMarch 24, 2021

The People’s Democratic Party in a statement has said the recently bragging statement of the APC that it will remain in power for the next 26years as directly confronting the generality of all Nigerians.

Also the PDP illustrates APC claim of registering 36 million Nigerians during their registration as nothing but a Political hoax and empty claim which cannot sway Nigerians in any way.

In a statement by Kola Ologbondiyan Spokesman of the PDP, said that the PDP is aware that the APC intimidation of the INEC, the judiciary and security agency as well as the use of thugs from other neighboring Countries will help them in subverting Nigerians will in future elections.

The PDP also said in Gov.Buni’s whims and thoughtlessness nigerians should be ready for 26 years of propaganda, pains, hunger, starvation, boundless suffering and insecurity. According to the party this is the height of insensitivity and affront to the sensibilities of Nigerians.

The PDP also advises the APC to stop its pipe dreams and arrogant boasting as its tenure in office as well as being a political party will meet an inevitable end in 2023.

“The APC should know better that Nigerians will never allowed themselves to be conquered or suppressed by any political interest. Infact Nigerians are now prepared and willing to resist the APC manipulations to make sure they remain in power. Governor Buni and his cohorts in the illegal APC national caretaker committee must realise that Nigeria is not their personal Estate or vassal of any group of power fingers.

It is irrefutable that if there is a mid term election the APC will not get up to 20 percent of the votes cast,so they should stop addressing nigerians as a conquered people with no voice and aspiration”.

According to the PDP, Nigerians are ready to deal the APC a huge blow at the polls in 2023 because nigerians has reached a conclusion that there is no way the country will survive should the APC remain in power.

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