PDP says presidential aspirant is ‘semi-illiterate’

This was stated by the the National Publicity Secretary of the party of the PDP, Wale Oladipo in Abuja on Monday, December 22.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has urged Nigerians not to vote for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari because he is “semi-illiterate.”

This was stated by the the National Publicity Secretary of the party of the PDP, Wale Oladipo in Abuja on Monday, December 22.

He also accused the APC of having no other agenda than unseating the ruling party.

"But I know that God loves this country so much, God has decided that this country will remain indivisible and has decided that this country will continue to wax stronger. God has decreed it that we continue to pilot the affairs of this country and continue to implement the transformation agenda,” Oladipo said.

He also added that Buhari did not pose a threat to the PDP as he had already been beaten three times

"They have passed through a motion and endorsed their perennial candidate. We have beaten him three times, we are going to beat him once again. The next election is going to be between darkness and light, it is going to be between a cross cosmopolitan highly-focused Ph.D holder and a semi-literate jackboot,” he said.

Oladipo concluded by saying that the PDP’s mission is perfect and that the party means well for Nigerians.

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