Nigerians will beg us to come back in 2019 – Party chieftain

The statement was made by the National Vice Chairman of the PDP’s South-South zone, Cairo Ojuogbo on Monday, July 6, 2015.

 

A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that Nigerians will beg the party to retake power in 2019.

The statement was made by the National Vice Chairman of the PDP’s South-South zone, Cairo Ojuogbo on Monday, July 6, 2015.

Ojuogbo said further that the PDP would return to power in the next four year because the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is crisis-ridden and also lacks coordination and ideology.

Ojuogbo said:

“Rivers and Akwa Ibom State tribunals are sitting in Abuja. No amount of intimidation will make the PDP lose the elections it won freely and fairly in these states. Any move to rig us out will be resisted.”

“We have said that the appointment of Amina is completely unacceptable to us. The example that ex-President (Goodluck) Jonathan gave should be followed. We know Amina is not apolitical.”

The PDP ruled Nigeria for 16 years before losing its position to the APC in the recently concluded general elections.

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