2015: Propaganda won't save you, Mu'azu tells APC

Posted by News Express | 2 January 2015 | 3,105 times

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National Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu, has told the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) that propaganda won't do it much good during the February 2015 polls.

“There is no need to spin and manufacture propaganda to win elections, because PDP has done a lot to deserve re-election of the president in the 2015 elections next month,” Mu’azu said yesterday in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Chief Tony Amadi.

He maintained that APC was not only spinning out of control but has also succeeded in elevating propaganda into an art form to try and win at all cost.

According to him, “All the PDP has to do is to state the facts of our achievements on ground over and over as they stand, because Nigerian voters are not dumb or silly. They know that propaganda don’t win you votes, they only complicate matters, because sooner, rather than later, their propaganda and lies will fall flat on their faces.

“The Nigerian electorate know that leopards don’t change their skin overnight. The change Nigerians need is a change in their standard of living, transformation of the basic infrastructure to better roads, better bridges and better education standard, better management of the economy, as well as better health infrastructure, which make us a better country and not change to a political party just to achieve their personal desires.”

Mu’azu noted that the APC politicians, who consistently point an accusing finger at PDP for failing to make a difference in the governance of Nigeria over the past 15 years, share more of the blame for the so called “incompetence and cluelessness.

“This," he said, "is because as they point one finger at PDP, four of their fingers are pointing back at APC.

“How can the gang of five governors who left PDP in 2013 extricate themselves from those accusations when they were all part of the decision-making organs of the party? For the better part of the eight or four years they governed Rivers, Sokoto, Kano, Adamawa and Kwara, they executed PDP manifesto before they decamped to join the All Progressives Congress, where they have continued to execute PDP blue print for success."

•Sourced from Newswatch Times. Photo shows Mu’azu.


Source: News Express

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