Buhari Operating ‘Nuclear Nepotism Form Of Government’ – PDP

Buhari Operating ‘Nuclear Nepotism Form Of Government’ – PDP

By Aaron Abraham | Staff Reporter on February 8, 2018
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Kola Ologbondiyan, PDP
National Chairman of the PDP, Prince Uche Secondus

Uche Secondus, the national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, says that Nigeria is going through what it never bargained for in All Progressives Congress, APC, administration with its “nuclear nepotism form of government”, describing Buhari regime as a monumental disaster.

In a statement issued by Ike Abonyi, the media adviser to the PDP chairman, in Abuja on Wednesday, February 7, 2018,  read; “I have come with members of the NWC of our party to thank you for the mandate you gave us at the successful National Convention last year and to charge you to redouble your efforts for the eventual humiliation of the APC in 2019.

“The National Assembly is the centre of national politics, Nigeria is sitting on a keg of gun powder waiting to explode, only the PDP can save it.”.

“This is the time for all to stand up to save this country and all eyes are on the PDP to lead the way, I am ready and determined even to be arrested for us to regain our liberty in this land.

“What we have ruling Nigeria today at the Villa is a broken party and a broken government, spiritually the APC has already left the Villa, what we must fine tune is the physical accomplishment.”

The PDP chairman urged its NASS members to brace for the challenges ahead since they were the leaders of the party at the grassroots.

He assured them that the NWC under his leadership “are not going to be in Wadata, we are taking the party to the grassroots where the true owners reside.”

The meeting was attended by all the PDP members in the Senate and House of Representatives including the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, the Minority Senate Leader, Godswill Akpabio.

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