The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) told the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Wednesday that it cannot secure the required 25 percent of the vote in most of the federation’s states.

The main opposition party has therefore advised the ruling party not to make an effort to campaign in the 2023 general election.

In a statement from Hon Debo Ologunagba, the National Publicity Secretary in Abuja, the PDP said the massive crowds greeting the party’s rallies, including the recent rallies in Kano and Katsina states, are clear messages to the APC that they are people have been rejected. and have no foothold in the 2023 general election.

The statement added: “The fact that Nigerians from all walks of life in Kano State, the political, commercial nerve center of the north and national melting point, braved the rain in a massive show of solidarity with the PDP and our presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, underlined their determination to break through all barriers and bring the PDP back to power by 2023.

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“The current mass exodus from the APC to the PDP, as witnessed in most states, including President Muhammadu Buhari’s home state of Katsina, highlights the Nigerians’ consensus that the APC has failed beyond repair and that the PDP remains the only means to save and rebuild the country. of mismanagement of the APC.


“The PDP’s takeover of President Buhari’s campaign office in his home state of Katsina, following the defection of critical APC stakeholders in the state, signals the surrender of the APC and its structure to the PDP in President Buhari’s supposed strongholds.

“Nigerians have seen through the lies and lies of the incompetent, rudderless, insensitive, divisive, bloodthirsty and terrorism-promoting APC that in the past seven years has brought nothing but misery, economic hardship, hatred, unprecedented division and bloodshed.

“Nigerians have seen the APC in its true identity; a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV); a pirate ship of immature sailors and strange bedfellows beaten together for personal gain at a distance, not for government and the common good.

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“This is more true of the APC presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu (BAT); the national leader of the failed APC government is no match for PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, who has proven his capacity to lead our nation out of the forest where Asiwaju and his failed APC subjugated it.

“All indications are that under a credible, free, fair and transparent electoral process, the APC cannot achieve the legal 25 percent of the vote in most states across the country.

“Our party therefore urges the APC not to bother campaigning in Kano, Katsina, other states of the north and of course in other geopolitical zones of the country as Nigerians have already joined the PDP to protect our nation back to the path of unity, national cohesion and economic prosperity.”

The PDP praised former Kano state governor Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau and millions of other well-meaning Nigerians “for their patriotism in rallying on the PDP’s platform to save our nation from the stranglehold of the brutal APC.”

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The party urged all Nigerians of goodwill “not to be deterred, but to remain hopeful and join forces on the platform of the PDP to resist the shenanigans and manipulations of the APC ahead of the general election.” of 2023.”

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You can’t get 25% of the vote in most states, PDP tells APC

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You can’t get 25% of the vote in most states, PDP tells APC

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