Nigerians bored, tired of PDP’s daily theatrics—APC
The All Progressives Congress, APC, has asked the Peoples Democratic Party, the PDP to be apologetic for its 16 years of misrule in Nigeria.
The ruling party advised the opposition party to stop whipping up sentiment ahead of the 2019 general election.
This came up after the PDP accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of working with the Presidency and the APC to rig the 2019 general election.
APC said even if the PDP in its trademark arrogance refused to be apologetic and remorseful, the party could do better by telling Nigerians why it should be voted back to power.
In a statement on Friday by the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Kola Ologbondiyan, the party had alleged that Buhari had instructed INEC to place polling units at strategic locations in the Northern States fo Internal Displaced Persons (IDP) in Chad and Niger Republic in order to get the President, Muhamamadu Buhari re-elected.
Reacting, The National Publicity Secretary of the APC, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu said IDPs are not occupied by members of the APC, ADDING THAT THE PDP should discuss policies which are of most importance to the ruling party
“Are they now saying that all the IDP camps are populated by APC members? Well, if they do not have people to vote for them, why are they in distress? Everyday, they will just come up with one frivolous allegation and that is what they want but we want to discuss issues with them.
“We want to discuss policies; we want to discuss infrastructure with them. We want them to tell us why and how they destroyed this country for 16 years and we want to discuss with them what we have done in the past three and a half years. That is what Nigerians want. We want to tell Nigerians what more we want to do going into the next dispensation and not these daily fallacious statements they continue to churn out.
“The country is bored and tired of PDP’s theatrics. There is no single day in the past one or two months that they have spoken on what matters to the people of this country.
“Let us even take it for granted that they are not apologetic and not remorse about the 16 years of waste under them, but going into the future, what are they promising the people of this country? Is it these daily lies and concoctions that they want Nigerians to vote for?