Jonathan, Atiku, Dickson explain why Buhari should go

By Editor on 01/02/2019

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Chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party have given reasons why Nigerians should not allow President Muhammadu Buhari to return to Aso Rock.

Uche Secondus, national chairman of the’ PDP, says that President Buhari is now full blown dictator with his true colour now out for all to see.

Secondus, who was speaking at a rally in Yenogua, Bayelsa state, as the PDP Presidential campaign train arrived the South South state, said that since chameleon cannot change its color Buhari has now shown his true colour.

“The President has put on his Army uniform and is busy breaking the constitution, which is the soul of our nationhood," he said.

The National Chairman said that after breaking the country with his nepotic and divisive governance, the President has gone further to break the constitution.

“The All Progressives Congress, APC, calls it politics and wants us not talk about it but we must talk about it because constitution is the basis of our existence as a nation," he added. 

Secondus queried the Buhari administration’s corruption record, noting that the reputable global body like Transparency International has confirmed that the regime has one of the worst corruption records.

“If Buhari is not corrupt, where did the wife get the N2.6b his ADC allegedly stole that they arrested and detained hm?

The former President Goodluck Jonathan, who also addressed the rally, said Atiku Abubakar presidency will bring Nigerians together.

Jonathan noted that Atiku has always identified with the people of Bayelsa state relating how hospitable he was to him as deputy governor of the state when he was the Vice President of Nigeria.

The presidential candidate Atiku in his own remark assured that PDP administration will make Nigeria work again for all. He said that his Presidency will tackle the issue of job and hunger in the land.

Atiku said that APC has not been able to implement any of their promises, rather than provide the jobs they promised, we have lost the ones we have and made us headquarters of the World poverty.

The governor of the state, Seriake Dickson assured the Presidential campaign team that their visit was to fulfill all righteous not to campaign because they don’t need to do any campaign in the state.

He said that PDP is 100 percent in the state pointing out that the returning of some of their brothers back to the party has made it even more formidable.

The presidential Campaign train heads to Asaba, Delta state on Thursday in continuation of the electioneering in the South South region.

Posted 01/02/2019 06:47:36 AM

 

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