APC has reached the end of its journey – PDP Read


APC has reached end of its journey under Buhari’s administration says PDP – According to PPD, Nigerians are looking for alternatives in PDP – The party alleged that Buhari government put millions of Nigerians out of employment The ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) has reached the “end of its journey” under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has declared. This was disclosed in a statement on Friday, December 27, by Kola Ologbondiyan, PDP spokesman. He said Nigerians are looking for alternatives in the PDP. Going further, he added that history will not be kind to the APC administration. According to him, APC under Buhari recorded various failures including “putting over 40 million Nigerians out of employment.” “The fact is that the verdict of history against the APC and its administration has become inevitable and the APC, as a party has reached the end of its journey,” he said. “President Buhari and other APC leaders should know that Nigerians have already moved beyond the APC and are now contemplating a candidate on the platform of the PDP to fulfil their collective hope and quest to rebuild our nation.” “Indeed, history cannot be kind to the APC and its administration for their extreme treasury looting and exploitation of citizens; wrecking of personal businesses with its harsh policies that put over 40 million of Nigerians out of work; causing so much hardship and insecurity that compatriots resort to killing themselves and slavery mission abroad as options,” he said. According to Legit.ng, the first step planned by the PDP was to engage its members nationwide so as to produce a consensus candidate who will be accepted by all. Legit.ng gathered that the party also plans to reconcile all its aggrieved members in a bid to put up a strong and united front and dislodge the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) from power in 2023. This was revealed in Kaduna by Senator Walid Jibril who is the PDP’s Board of Trustees (BOT) chairman.