PDP Bigwig Reveals When Party Will Return To Presidential Villa

PDP Bigwig Reveals When Party Will Return To Presidential Villa

  • The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has assured Nigerians of its return to power come 2023 general elections
  • This was made clear by the immediate national organising secretary of the opposition party, Austin Akobundu, in a recent interview
  • Akobundu said the administration of the ruling APC has offered nothing worthwhile to Nigerians

A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Colonel Austin Akobundu (retired), has said that the opposition party will return to the Presidential Villa in Abuja popularly known as Aso Rock in 2023.

Akobundu who served as the immediate past national organising secretary of the PDP in an interview with Vanguard said Nigeria as a country and its people have seen the worst days since 2015 when the All Progressives Congress assumed office.

Austin Akobundu
Colonel Akobundu said the PDP will be returning to Aso Rock in 2023 Photo: Uko Nkole
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He said since taking over power from the PDP in 2015, the APC has not offered anything tangible to Nigerians.

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He queried:

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"Look at the country today and tell me what the All Progressives Congress, APC has to offer. Look at the last election, did we not win?"
"Things have gone so bad in the country and Nigerians are fed up with the APC."

Akobundu further added that the maladministration of the ruling party led by President Muhammadu Buhari has only delivered untold hardship to Nigerians.

He said the PDP has taken position and is ready to take over power at the presidential level from the APC.

Akobundu said:

"Besides the maladministration of the APC, our party is engaging and reengaging to ensure that we get it right and it is clear that Nigerians are with us."
"So clearly, the PDP will win. We are already working on strategies to ensure that our votes count.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the National Judicial Council has meted stern punishments to state high judges who ruled on Prince Uche Secondus' case.

The council on Thursday, December 16, noted that the judges from Kebbi, Rivers, and Cross River will not be promoted for two to five years.

This was announced in a meeting chaired by the Supreme Court judge, Justice Mary Odili on Thursday, December 16.

APC sends a strong message to PDP about returning to power

The ruling APC has said that the opposition party, PDP, is no alternative in terms of governing the people of Nigeria.

The APC said the main opposition going by its antecedents has nothing to offer Nigerians because the electorates are intelligent.

John Akpanudoudehe, the national secretary of the caretaker committee bragged that the people will not replace APC with the PDP in 2023.

Source: Legit.ng

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