The two ruling parties in Nigeria remains the All progressive Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party(PDP). Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, both parties are preparing really hard to get the presidential seat.
Just now, one of APC members and the special assistant to Lagos state governor on drainage related affairs, Chief Joe Igbokwe has taken to his official social media page to slam and mock his opposition party.
According to Joe Igbokwe's post, he said: "They want to get power at all cost but they do not know how to go about it and nobody is ready to teach them how to do it."
Apparently, Joe Igbokwe is showing very clear reactions towards the meeting that some PDP top members have been holding. In the past few days, Dino Melaye, Gen Atiku Abubakar, Governor Wike Ezenwo, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and many others have met in different locations to discuss issues relating to their party.
Joe Igbokwe said, they can not get to power because they don't have a good teacher. However, he concluded his post by giving a thoughtful suggestion, he said: "Maybe Osibanjo, Fashola, or Amaechi can help them with ideas."
Joe Igbokwe's statement is bound to generate reactions from members of the public soon.
What is your opinion about this statement?
Source: Joe Igbokwe's Facebook page.
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