- The Peoples Democratic Party leaders in Ondo state has said that Nigerians would be making a "huge mistake" by re-electing the ruling party at the federal level in 2019
- The leader of the Elders Forum in the state, Prof Olu Agbi, said that Nigerians now know the difference between the PDP and the APC
- He stated that Nigerians are now ready to rectify the mistake in the forthcoming elections
Leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo state have stated that re-electing the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the federal level in the 2019 general elections would be a "huge mistake" by the people of Nigeria, Vanguard reports.
NAIJ.com notes that the leaders, who are from Ondo Central, made this statement at a meeting held at Igbara Oke.
The leader of the Elders Forum in the state, Professor Olu Agbi, said: "Nigerians had been able to compare PDP with the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and had accepted that they made a huge mistake in the 2015 general elections. Nigerians are now ready to rectify the mistake in the forthcoming elections."
The senatorial chairman of the party, Chief Charles Akinduro, implored members to work hard and ensure that the zone is delivered to PDP in the forthcoming elections.
Dr Kola Ademujimi, former chief of staff to the governor of Ondo state, said that with APC’s maladministration at federal and state levels, PDP would be the party to beat in 2019.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that the Peoples Democratic Party maintained that it would do everything within the confines of the law to ensure that it returns to power in 2019.
The national chairman of the party, Uche Secondus, said on Sunday, February 4, that the PDP remained the best option for the country at the moment.
He said the opposition party was engaged in reconciliation talks with some members who left the party, adding that the issue of concern to the PDP at the moment was how to rescue the country from incompetent hands.
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