Stop Blaming PDP For Your Failures, Modu Sheriff Tells Buhari

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff has charged the All Progressive Congress led federal government to concentrate on providing solutions to the myriads of problems confronting the country rather than perpetually blaming the PDP for the failure of government.

Senator Sheriff spoke Tuesday while inaugurating four committees of the party– the convention, Reconciliation, Finance and Zoning committees.

According to Senator Sheriff, the PDP shares in the pains Nigerians are going through in the hands of the APC led government, noting that with what has happened in the last one year of the APC government, Nigerians now have an opportunity to compare the performance of the two parties.

“The leadership of the party shares the pains of Nigerians after one year in office of the APC. Nigerians now have an opportunity to compare the PDP and the APC and Nigerians are the ultimate judges. Instead of APC providing solution, the APC is blaming PDP for lack of petrol in Nigeria. I would like to advise the leaders of APC to stop blaming the PDP. We are now in opposition, re positioning the party to show Nigerians that we can do better” he said.

The PDP chairman also alleged that the party had credible intelligence indicating that the APC was mobilizing its governors from other states to come to Abuja to compromised the council elections scheduled for the Federal Capital Territory on Saturday, warning that PDP will not allow its votes to be appropriated by any party.

“I have heard from reliable sources that governors of APC who are not resident of FCT want to come to the FCT for the election on Saturday. We will not allow anybody to rig us out. If they bring one governor, we will also bring in one governor. If they bring one former governors we will also bring in one former governor. We will not be part of any violence but we will protect our votes. Our votes must be counted and winners must be announced. There should be no inconclusive elections in the FCT” he said.

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