PDP, APC, Nigeria’s problem —Presidential aspirant

By Clifford Ndujihe

PRESIDENTIAL aspirant, Mr. Placid Emmanuel, has fingered the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as the problem of the country.


Urging Nigerians not to vote any of the two parties in the 2019 elections, he described the PDP as the killer squad that hacked the nation down, and  the APC as the unprepared, mindless and tactless mortician, who performed the burial rites.

The presidential aspirant, who is yet to pick a platform, commended Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, for registering more political parties and extending the voters’ registration exercise till the end of August.

Decrying the state of affairs in the nation, for which he blamed the PDP and APC, he said he had been “divinely mandated to come on a rescue mission, especially to check the massive blood-letting going on currently in many parts of the country.”

Claiming that President Muhammadu Buhari had publicly declared he was incapacitated to deal with the blood-letting problem by asking citizens to resort to prayers, he wondered why the service chiefs are still in office and what President Buhari understood to be the first duty of government, which is security of lives and property of its citizens.

‘’It is a sad commentary that no one is free any more to travel at will in more than half the states of the nation, yet such a leader is still seeking re-election. To come and do what?”


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