- PDP new generation has commenced sensitisation of Abuja residents ahead of the forthcoming general election
- The PDP support group also welcome members of Obidients family from Tugamaji area of Abuja into their ranks
- Going further, the group insisted that its mission and assignment is to ensure that the PDP is delivered at all levels in FCT Abuja
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The Peoples Democratic Party support group, PDP New Generation bhas vowed to deliver Abuja to the opposition party.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by the FCT Coordinator, James Ojogba, and made available to Legit.ng.
He said the mop up campaign started with Tugamaji ward in Gwagwalada area council, were it witnessed a massive turn up and good response from the people.
Displeasure with APC
He added that the people of Tugamaji spoke with displeasure, expressing their disappointment towards the failures of the Appc led government over the years and pledged their allegiance to the PDP presidential candidate and his running mate, Atiku/ Okowa and all other PDP candidates in the FCT.
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Obidients family becomes Atikulated
Hundreds of people of Tugamaji who belong to the Obidient family were also received into the Atikulated movement of PDP New Generation.
Response of residents of Bwari
In their response, both the youth and the elders of the Bwari area council said the have made up their minds to come out of poverty and insecurity in the country and therefore pledged their votes for Atiku and Aduda ticket, the state coordinator, also urged the women Leader in the local council to encourage all the women to vote for PDP candidate in the forth coming election, he further encourage the participants to maintain their stand in all the pulling units to ensure their vote count.
Coup allegation: Atiku angry, asks DSS, police to invite Fani-Kayode for explanation
Meanwhile, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has called on the Department of State Services, the Nigeria Police Force and other security agencies to invite the Director of Special Projects and New media of the Tinubu/Shettima presidential campaign Council, Femi Fani-Kayode, and explain his allegations and insinuations of an attempted coup being planned by Atiku and top generals.
Special Assistant, Public Communications to Atiku, Phrank Shaibu, said this in a statement made available to Legit.ng on Sunday, February 11, while reacting to a tweet by Fani-Kayode that Atiku met with top army generals with a possible plan to scuttling the election or perpetrating a coup, an offence which attracts the death penalty.
Shaibu described Fani-Kayode’s attempt to recant as belated, adding that the allegations are too grave to be ignored.