Presidency: PDP Will Take Back Nigeria – Ayub
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has vowed to liberate Nigerians from it describes as “The shackles of poverty, hunger, unemployment and insecurity caused by maladministration of the All Progressives Congress (APC) since 2015”. BLUEPRINT reports.
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Dr. Iyorchia Ayu, the national chairman of the party, said this Saturday, during the defection ceremony of Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan and her supporters from the Social Democratic Party (SDP) to the PDP held at Oboreke, Ihima in Okehi local government area of Kogi state.
Dr Ayu, who was deputized by the national secretary of the party, Senator Sam Anyanwu, said the APC in 2015 took the leadership of the country under the mantra of change, but ended up plunging the country into a precarious situation where hunger and hardship became the order of the day. Information Guide Nigeria
He noted that PDP in the last one year has been receiving members of other political parties from Lagos, Plateau, Imo and now Kogi state to its fold, assuring that the party will take over the governance of the country in 2023 general elections to wipe away the suffering of Nigerians.
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