National Secretary of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Umar Ibrahim Tsauri, has said that the Buhari administration has been given the opportunity to prove itself to Nigerians that the APC is a better alternative to the PDP, but blew its chances of ruling beyond 2023 away, thanks to its dismal performance since coming to power in 2015.
Speaking in Katsina during the inauguration of the party’s newly elected officials, Tsauri said no right-thinking person would vote for APC, not only in Katsina State, but across the country.
He said, APC had openly demonstrated its incapability and compounded the woes of the people adding that “Katsina people were disappointed with the grave failure of the ruling party in the state to tackle the prevailing security challenges orchestrated by bandits and infrastructural decay in the state.”
Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party’s Board of Trustees, Senator Walid Jibrin, has also emphasized the need for the party to take advantage of the APC’s failure, to reclaim its lost mandate in the 2023 General Elections.
“I want to appeal to the leadership and all members of PDP to continue making our party strong and more united in our efforts to rule Nigeria come 2023.
“Party members should shun actions that could affect the progress of rte party. The BoT is ever ready to work with party members, especially our NWC and the governors.
“We congratulate all the South South governors for producing all PDP governors from their zone and we appeal to other governors to do same.”
The APC on its part has made it clear that the Buhari effect which saw mass victory for APC aspirants in the 2015 election, won’t work anymore in 2023.
The Party made the statement through the Secretary of its National Caretaker Committee, Senator John Udoedehe, while hosting a coalition of APC support groups, led by Mr Frank Ossai, at the APC National Secretariat in Abuja.
Udoedehe said, “In 2023, the personality of President Buhari will not be replicated.
“So we need you and other support groups. We need to do something about it.”
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