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Bode George ‘God will give PDP a 2nd chance,’ Chieftain says

George also said that the Muhammadu Buhari administration has failed to put smiles on the faces of Nigerians.

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Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Bode George has said that God will give the party a second chance to rule Nigeria in 2019.

George also said that the Muhammadu Buhari administration has failed to put smiles on the faces of Nigerians.

The PDP chieftain made the comments on Monday, December 5, during a meeting with the South-West zonal executive of the party in Lagos.

“Nigerians have seen the two sides of the coin and they have an opportunity to decide, based on your performance, based on the trust that they have in you. God is a God of second chance,” he said according to The Sun.

“I have been advising my oga (boss), Mr. President, what does he want to be remembered for? I am talking now as a general, not as a politician. If anybody is telling him, all is well; all is not well. Whatever he will do to alleviate the despondency in the land, he must do.

“If we [PDP] want to win, we must tell ourselves some home truths and go back to our drawing board. We must be just, we must be fair and we must be equitable.

“We should learn from the mistakes of the past. The penchant that ‘I am in charge, I can do and undo,’ it must end. So, let us learn that there must be justice, fairness and equity. It is a tripod: if we remove any of these three legs, we are going nowhere. If we don’t do that, we are wasting our time.

“So, all we need to do is gather ourselves together and let us give the best hands to manage us through this storm. We need experienced captains to take us to our destination. I wish them well.

“I will just appeal to Senator Ali Modu Sheriff: enough is enough. The political rascality, judicial rascality must stop for posterity. All these unnecessary litigations.

“There is an adage in Yoruba that when you see a bush rat dancing in the middle of the road, the drummers are in the bush. Let him take it easy, for the sake of the future generations of this country. Those who invited him, I hope they have learnt a lesson. It takes one terrible person to throw a stone into the well, one million professors won’t be able to find that stone,” he added.

ALSO READ: Why PDP will lose woefully in 2019

The PDP has been split into two factions since it attempted to remove Ali Modu Sheriff as chairman in May.

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