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APC is facing inevitable extinction, says PDP

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has alleged that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is facing extinction due to the raging internal crisis facing the party which is yet to be resolved.
This is just as the opposition PDP has accused the National Chairman of APC, Adams Oshiomole of fanning the embers of infighting in the ruling party and for diverting public attention from the party’s rot.
Kola Ologbondiyan, National Publicity Secretary of PDP, in a statement issued in Abuja on Wednesday insisted that the PDP is not in anyway responsible for the fracas in APC.
The statement read: “With the humiliated Adams Oshiomhole as its face, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has further confirmed that it remains a stinking coven of treasury looters and a fizzling political platform facing an inevitable extinction.
“The factional national chairman of the APC needs to know that his party is yet to recover from the shambolic conduct of its affairs, particularly its congresses, in which lingering allegations of bribery, extortions, manipulations, excessive highhandedness and corruption had destroyed the fabrics of their party.
“One would have expected Mr. Oshiomhole to eat the humble pie and accept responsibility for leading his party into an irredeemable disarray, rather than accusing respected Nigerians and the PDP for the disgraceful infighting in his party over loot sharing, lust for power and inordinate ambition to continue to pillage our national patrimony.
“It is equally appalling that rather than engaging himself in a soul searching and apologize to Nigerians over the destruction which the APC has caused our nation, Mr. Oshiomhole is busy mouthing diatribes against the PDP that created a robust economy which his confused party had vanquished.
“The PDP is a focused, organized and purposeful political party, which Nigerians are rallying to rescue our nation from the incompetence, cluelessness, arrogance and mass failures of the APC in the last five years,” it stated.
Noting further, the PDP said the party is too busy to be interested in the APC or engage itself in any brickbat with a political party whose end has come.
“Mr. Oshiomhole should thus concentrate on his role as the undertaker of the APC until he buries the ashes of his fizzling party and save Nigerians the trauma of suffering which the APC has come to represent, instead of dabbling into the activities of our great party,” Ologbondiyan stated.

 

Solomon Ayado, Abuja