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Blame PDP if presidency doesn’t go to South – APC Chieftain and Director-General of Voice of Nigeria, Osita Okechukwu



Mr Osita Okechukwu, a founding member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Director-Common (DG) of Voice of Nigeria (VON) has requested Nigerians to carry the Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) accountable if a southerner does not clinch the 2023 presidency. 

Reacting to PANDEF, Ohanaeze, Center Belt Discussion board and Afenifere’s condemnation of APC’s indecision to zone the 2023 presidency to the South, Okechukwu famous that the APC has taken observe of PDP’s desperation to prey on President Muhammadu Buhari’s twelve million vote financial institution.

In accordance with him, APC as a political get together has to fine-tune its methods for the 2023 normal elections.

“Though one isn’t holding the transient for our distinguished nationwide Chairman, Abdullahi Adamu, one’s little understanding is that the management of our nice get together, is watching carefully the desperation and antics of our elder sister political get together, the PDP.

“They wish to seize energy, by all means, certainly utilizing Machiavellian techniques. Everyone knows that PDP is famished, thirsty and determined to win the Presidency in 2023. They detest the lack of their slogan ‘Share the Cash’ by means of their absence from energy on the centre for seven going to eight years.

“PDP,” he stated, “is conscious that President Buhari won’t be on the poll in 2023, due to this fact, for them, there’s a void to fill. They should have reasoned that the Buhari’s Vote Financial institution can be up for grabs in the event that they go north.

“To be frank, my tackle the matter is that the swap possibility continues to be open as a result of a few of us from the South are nonetheless arguing that we now have dormant votes, particularly Igbo votes which can increase APC members’ votes from the north.

“Nonetheless, if on the finish of the day the zoning fails, we must always blame PDP’s desperation, as a result of we’ve been advocating a repeat of the Chiefs Obasanjo/Falae; Yaradua/Buhari and Buhari/Atiku fashions of 1999, 2007 and 2019 fashions.”

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