Prepare to leave Aso Rock in 2023, PDP tells APC ahead of National Convention

Posted by News Express | 29 October 2021 | 245 times

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•PDP National Convention Organising Committee Chairman, Governor Ahmadu Fintiri

 

 

The Peoples Democratic Party’s 2021 National Convention Organising Committee Chairman, Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, has declared that the party’s Elective Convention holding tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday in Abuja, the federal capital, will signal the end of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Aso Presidential Villa.

 

The Adamawa State Governor made the declaration in Abuja after a meeting with the Convention Electoral Officers.

 

According to him, many politicians are looking up to the PDP as a better platform to usher a new central Government in 2023.

 

The PDP National Convention Organising Committee Chairman predicted the imminent implosion of APC as soon as the convention holding on October 30 and 31, 2021, is concluded.

 

Addressing journalists at the party’s secretariat, Fintiri urged party faithful to expect a hitch-free convention, which in his words, would bring the APC down on its knees.

 

He said: “I foresee that by the end of this convention, which will be adjudged as one of the best in the history, of not just the PDP but of any political party ever in this country, most of the political parties will go down, especially the APC.

 

“With their own democratic process, we saw what happened. Their wards and states congresses were really shattered. Instead of having 36 chairmen, they have about 90 plus.

 

“So with this convention that we’re going to deliver, I believe with the democratic process and procedures that we have followed diligently, it will open floodgate for all of them to come in. And I think this is not just because of the convention, also but because of the situation Nigerians are in today. Everybody is not just looking at PDP to rescue them, but they are looking at PDP as a platform that will bring in a new government in 2023.”




Source: News Express

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