PDP is in the intensive care unit- Bello-Osagie

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BY SIMON EBEGBULEM & AHMED SAJOH

A member of the Federal House of Representatives, Mr Rasaq Bello-Osagie, yesterday, said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is currently on “intensive care” and stand no chance in winning as the the party is fighting a lost battle with Nigerians.

Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

The All Progressive Congress (APC) lawmaker who is representing Oredo Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, declared this in a 3-day event at his constituency office, where he reeled out his achievements to members of his constituency.
According to him, “from what we are seeing now, the PDP as a party in my opinion is still existing through an oxygen.

It is in the intensive care unit. By the time a man begins to lose his hand and his leg, then your eye, very soon you will have no nose to breath then what are we talking about. I think it is a question of time.

Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, said People’s Democratic Party, PDP, is fighting a lost battle with Nigerians ”What is going on today is a war between Nigerians and PDP. People are leaving PDP because they want to be on the side of Nigerians.

” Nigerians now understand that PDP is fighting them while APC symbolised the platform for change,” Ribadu said.

He endorsed former President Obasanjo letter letter to Jonathan as a good development saying Obsanjo deserves commendation for coming out bold to say what many people knew  but we’re reluctant to say it out to the leadership of the country.

Ribadu said the letter which generated a reply and public discussions would bring something positive to Nigeria in the long run.
Ribadu re-iterated APC’s commitment to transformed Nigeria for the better and urged those  yet to decide to join the train  of APC to do so and be part of history.

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