Blame PDP if presidency doesn’t go to South – APC Chieftain, Okechukwu

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Blame PDP if presidency doesn’t go to South – APC Chieftain, Okechukwu

Mr Osita Okechukwu, an establishing individual from the All Progressives Congress (APC), has encouraged Nigerians to hold the resistance Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) dependable assuming that following year’s administration isn’t drafted toward the South.

Okechukwu said APC has been watching with concentrated on revenue the distress of PDP to go after President Muhammadu Buhari’s twelve million vote bank, focusing on that as an ideological group APC needs to tweak its systems for the 2023 general races.

He was responding to the judgment of APC’s uncertainty to zone the 2023 administration toward the South from PANDEF, Ohanaeze, Middle Belt Forum and Afenifere.

The Director-General (DG) of Voice of Nigeria (VON) said despite the fact that it was suspicious that any government official in PDP could clear Buhari’s 12 million votes away, PDP’s distress to break into the President’s vote bank makes sense of APC’s uncertainty.

Review that the heads of the territorial socio-social groupings, MBF, Afenifere, Ohanaeze and PANDEF, had during the new Greater Nigeria Conference (GNC) held in Abuja blamed the APC for playing hanky-panky with the drafting of the following year’s administration toward the South.

However, talking during a collaboration with newsmen in Abuja, Okechukwu was cited by NAN as saying: “Albeit one isn’t holding the brief for our recognized public Chairman, Abdullahi Adamu, one’s little comprehension is that the authority of our incredible party, is observing intently the franticness and shenanigans of our senior sister ideological group, the PDP.

“They need to catch power, definitely, without a doubt utilizing Machiavellian strategies. We as a whole realize that PDP is starving, parched and frantic to win the Presidency in 2023. They abhor the deficiency of their trademark ‘Offer the Money’ through their nonattendance from influence at the middle for seven going to eight years.

“PDP,” he said, “knows that President Buhari won’t be on the polling form in 2023, thusly, for their purposes, there is a void to fill. They probably contemplated that the Buhari’s Vote Bank would be available to anyone assuming they go north.

“Frankly, my interpretation of the matter is that the trade choice is as yet open since a few of us from the South are as yet contending that we have torpid votes, particularly Igbo votes which will increase APC individuals’ votes from the north.

“In any case, if toward the day’s end the drafting falls flat, we ought to fault PDP’s franticness, since we’ve been upholding a rehash of the Chiefs Obasanjo/Falae; Yaradua/Buhari and Buhari/Atiku models of 1999, 2007 and 2019 models.”

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