PDP vs APC: What will happen in 2019 – Secondus blow hot at Atiku’s rally

July 21, 2018
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National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Uche Secondus has said that the All Progressives Congress, APC, is dying and will be history come 2019.

Prince Secondus also accused the ruling APC of swimming in the valley of corruption and dragging the nation’s economy down.

He spoke at the declaration rally of the former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar at Ribadu Square, Yola, Adamawa state capital on Saturday.

In a statement from his media office and signed by the Media Adviser, Ike Abonyi, Prince Secondus said that the APC-led Federal Government has not been able to disburse funds and projects to states because of confusion and corruption that have bedevilled the administration.

He said that a rebranded and repositioned PDP is clearly the party of choice determined and ready to rescue Nigeria from the hands of APC mess.

“PDP is determined to end the circle of continued bloodletting in the country”

“A sign of a drowning party, the APC administration is threatening everybody, the lives of reformed APC leaders are now in danger but we are not afraid, they can’t kill everybody”

Secondus assured the Adamawa State PDP that under his watch, the party will provide a level playing field for all aspirants of the party.

He announced that a free and fair primary was going on in Osun State today to pick a flag bearer for the party in September’s governorship election in the state.

The National Chairman who led all members of the party’s National Working Committee, NWC to the rally assured youths and women in the country that PDP administration would have programs for them because “we know you are not lazy.”

The large crowd of jubilant party supporters drawn from states of the North East region expressed readiness to vote for PDP in 2019.

In attendance were PDP chieftains, Deputy Governor of Taraba and Gombe states as well as former Governors and Ministers.

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