APC’s registration inability shows the party will drive Nigeria to economic brink if entrusted with power – PDP
APC + Grandstanding + Deceit = False Messiahnism
The Peoples Democratic Party says the inability of the leaders of the opposition All Progressive Congress (APC) to dully reserve or register the proposed name of their party before embarking on bleeping jamboree and propaganda is the hallmark of political naivety, painlessness and a foreboding that the Party will drive Nigeria to socio-political and economic brink should it be entrusted with power.
A statement by the National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Chief Olisa Metuh said the reality on the ground has shown that the leaders of the APC were all the while grandstanding; writing footnotes and glossary even when the first chapter of their history was yet to be successfully written.
“Nigerians are here confronted with an irony! It is an irony of a political party who without adequate planning, without a solid working rhythm, yet wishes to be entrusted to its effete, shaky shoulders, the fate of over One Hundred and Sixty Million Nigerians.”
“Fortunately, Nigerians are witnessing first hand, the thoughtlessness and carelessness of the self acclaimed political Messiahs, a fore warning that the nation, her people and our democracy are all in jeopardy should they be entrusted with power. How can a group who could not conclude the basic as in due registration of its name be able to manage the affairs of Nigeria at this moment of critical challenge,” the statement asked.
“At the basics”, it added, ” the APC and its conjugants -the ACN, CPC, ANPP and others have once more advertised their boastful and deceitful predilection. Who could imagine that their coalition was yet to be registered before its leaders started throwing red rag to the bull?”
The PDP further said Nigerians have clearly seen the lies in the repeated claims by the coalition that some PDP governors and National Assembly members were planning to join them.
“How can a politician worth its onions leave a known, formidable and nationwide political party for a disparate and unregistered amalgam?”
“This false claim is also a window into the minds of the leaders of the coalition. The summary is that they are waiting for decampees from the PDP to build their party, perhaps, register it for them. What an illusion! What a self delusion!”
Chief Olisa Metuh
National Publicity Secretary