A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Fred Udeogu has stated that the All Progressives Congress (APC) are failing to fulfill their campaign promise to Nigerians because they had no initial agenda or plan.
Udeogu stated that their only plan and agenda was to remove former President Goodluck Jonathan from office, stressing that it is the reason why they have not performed after six years in power.
He said “They don’t have what it takes to rule Nigeria. Their main aim in 2015, was just to make sure Jonathan didn’t win. To date, can they boost one thing they have achieved for the citizens?. They can’t, because from the onset they had no blueprint on how to govern this country.”
The PDP Chieftain boasted that everyone knows that the only party in Nigeria and Africa is the opposition as they hope to regain power in the coming election.
Meanwhile, the PDP is struggling to keep its members as a number of governors and their followers have decamped to the APC.
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