2023: APC In Real Trouble As PDP Ex-ministers Begin Serious Underground Work

2023: APC In Real Trouble As PDP Ex-ministers Begin Serious Underground Work

  • The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is making sure it gets all its acts together before the 2023 general elections
  • Ministers who served under the umbrella of the opposition have started working to strengthen the unity of the party
  • Also, the ministers have agreed to monitor the screening of presidential aspirants of the PDP to ensure only a credible and capable candidate emerges

Abuja - Former Nigerian ministers who were in office while the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held power are working to ensure that an eligible candidate emerges to face the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2023 elections.

The ex-ministers, according to AIT News, are now keeping a close eye on the screening of all presidential aspirants of the PDP.

PDP national secretariat in Abuja
The former PDP ministers expressed pain over Nigeria's current situation in all ramifications (Photo: Peoples Democratic Party)
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This move was agreed on during a meeting in Abuja on Wednesday, April 27, in a bid to be conversant with the presidential aspirants and their capacities to deliver credible and good leadership in 2023.

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At the meeting, the former public official lamented the worsening insecurity situation and the economic pain most Nigerians are going through presently.

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As part of their agreement, these concerned persons vowed to work with all the aspirants to strengthen the party’s unity.

2023 presidency: Tambuwal speaks on what PDP needs to do as opposition party

Meanwhile, a PDP presidential aspirant, Aminu Tambuwal, had said that it is important for the opposition to field a saleable candidate for the 2023 election.

Tambuwal also urged the PDP to put together its acts and move towards coming up with a presidential candidate that Nigerians will buy into and elect during the 2023 election.

The Sokoto state governor said he took care of the bill with a modest list of what was required to lead the country.

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Making the appeal on Wednesday, April 27, during an interactive session with the forum of former ministers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria under the platform of the PDP in Abuja, Tambuwal said members of the party must work together to win the 2023 presidential seat.

2023: Consensus drive failed, we are not part of any agreement

The Tambuwal Campaign Organisation had said its principal would go ahead and face screening and indeed contest the PDP presidential primaries.

The group stated that the quest for a consensus candidate ahead of the 2023 presidential election out of the four PDP aspirants has collapsed.

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