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Oshiomhole Must Accept The Fact That Nigerians No Longer Rate APC – PDP

PDP logoThe Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has told the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC), Adams Oshiomhole to desist from pushing his party’s 3rd term narrative in public.

PDP also warned the ex Edo state governor to stay away from heading to the Presidential villa to force his wish because it will not save him from the looming suspension or prosecution over allegations of corruption and mismanagement of Edo state resources while he was governor.

The party revealed this in a statement issued late on Thursday night by its spokesman, Kola Ologbondiyan.

He added that Nigerians are tired of APC and are already looking forward to replacing them in 2023.

His words, “Mr Oshiomhole should stop sounding like a broken brass in his attempt to launder a failed merchandise.

“Of course, Nigerians need not be reminded, of the exit date of an administration that has caused them so much pains, abused our law, trampled on their rights and undermined our electoral process.

“It would interest Oshiomhole to know that if anything, Nigerians are already counting days for May 29, 2023, when the APC and the Buhari administration will be consigned to the dustbin of history.

“Oshiomhole should, therefore, accept the fact that Nigerians have moved ahead towards 2023 and that the APC is not in their equation.”

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) is a major contemporary political party in Nigeria. Its policies generally lie towards the centre-right of the political spectrum. It won every Presidential election between 1999 and 2011, and was until the 2015 elections, the governing party in the Fourth Republic although in some cases, amid a few controversial electoral circumstances. Currently, PDP controls 14 states out of 36 states in Nigeria.

In 1998 the PDP in its first presidential primary election held in Jos, Plateau State, North Central Nigeria norminated former military leader Olusegun Obasanjo who had just been released from detention as political prisoner as the presidential candidate in the elections of February 1999, with Atiku Abubakar (Governor-Elect of Adamawa State and a former leading member of the Social Democratic Party) as his running mate. They won the presidential election and were inaugurated 29 May, 1999.

The longtime slogan of the People’s Democratic Party has been “Power to the people”. During the party’s National Convention in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on 21 May 2016, David Mark, a former President of the Senate of Nigeria, introduced “Change the change” as the party’s campaign slogan for the 2019 general elections.

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