2023 Presidency: Nigerians Won’t Accept Your Lies, APC Tells PDP
- The presidential campaign council of the All Progressives Congress says Nigerians will not buy the lies of the Peoples Democratic Party
- According to the APC, the PDP lacks the capacity for introspection to understand the state of the country
- The APC presidential campaign council said this in reaction to statements made by Atiku Abubakar and other PDP stakeholders
Atiku Abubakar and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have been blasted by Tthe Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
The APC accused the PDP of making surreptitious moves to rewrite their ugly past that the opposition party imposed on Nigeria and Nigerians.
These positions were contained in a statement by the Director, Media and Publicity of the campaign council, Bayo Onanuga in Abuja on Saturday, December 17 and made available to Legit.ng.
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According to the APC, Nigerians should be wary of promises emanating from the PDP.
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The APC noted that recent slanderous utterances by the leaders of the opposition PDP and its presidential candidate against the ruling APC and President Buhari were not only insulting but an abuse of the collective intelligence of Nigerians.
APC insisted that Nigerians have not forgotten the atrocious era of the opposition party, adding nobody would now accept all the lies being peddled by the PDP leaders in desperation for cheap votes ahead of next year’s elections.
The ruling party argued that in a sane society, PDP should not be canvassing for votes to be returned to office, when during their 16 years in power, they laid the foundation for the challenges we face today.
2023: Atiku in Imo, vows to resuscitate businesses, trades, stop insecurity
Meanwhile, Atiku Abubakar has promised business and trade will pick up again if he is elected as the next president of Nigeria.
The former vice president stated this at the PDP presidential campaign rally, which witnessed significant party supporters at the Dan Anyiam stadium in Owerri, Imo state.
On insecurity, the PDP presidential candidate noted that if elected, he would sit and dialogue with aggrieved individuals to resolve the insecurity problem in the state.
Atiku vows to rescue Nigeria from poverty, insecurity as PDP hosts rally in Uyo
Earlier, Atiku promised to rescue Nigeria from insecurity, poverty, disunity and youth unemployment.
He stated this on Monday, October 10, during the official kick-off of the PDP presidential campaign in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state, and said if elected he would fix Nigeria’s education sector.
He said the protracted strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities and poor condition of the nation’s universities and welfare of university teachers will be addressed headlong.