‘APC will change name to Ebola,’ First Lady says

Mrs Jonathan also said that the APC’s current name is that of a drug which had already been rejected by Nigerians due to its ineffectiveness.

Patience Jonathan

First Lady, Patience Jonathan has described the All Progressives Congress (APC) as an unstable party saying that it would soon change its name to Ebola.

“They have changed their name again, very unsteady party, this time it is APC, the name of an analog expired drug Nigerians rejected because of its ineffectiveness, they will change name again to Ebola and then, they will die their final death, Saturday March 28 will mark the end and final death of APC because they will be disgraced again by Nigerians who have always rejected them,” Mrs Jonathan said.

“Before, we were using typewriter to type and it took all our time, today we are using computer to type and it is saving our time and energy, why should we go back to typewriter and leave computer, we must move forward. We cannot leave digital stage of life and go back to the analogue stage, God forbid,” she added in reference to the Presidential candidate of the APC, Muhammadu Buhari who she has frequently described as being too old to rule.

“If you vote for APC all the projects President Jonathan started will be abandoned, it is their way; they do not build, but they know how to destroy that is why their Deputy Governor and their members are decamping to PDP, you have to be careful with that party that is comfortable in jailing husband and wife for no justifiable offence,” she said.

“Do not vote for the presidential candidate that does not have regards for women; when he was Head of State, he refused to let Nigerians know his wife until recently when he was reminded by PDP women that women are no more for the kitchen alone, and he hurriedly decided to bring her out,” she added.

Mrs Jonathan also said during the rally that her husband, President Goodluck Jonathan,  is the messiah who would save Nigeria.

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