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Published On: Mon, Dec 22nd, 2014

2015 Election, between darkness and light – PDP

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By Ahmed Abubakar

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that the next election is going to be between darkness and light; it is going to be between a cosmopolitan, highly focused PhD holder and a semi-literate jackboot.

The National Secretary of the PDP, Professor Wale Oladipo who said this yesterday while addressing Chairmen of the party in Diaspora said “Nigeria cannot afford to go back; we will continue to move forward”.

“APC is not a political party that is really ready to offer an alternative to the teeming masses of this country.

“The only agenda they seem to have is to see our back but I know that God loves this country so much. God has decided that this country will remain indivisible and has decided that this country will continue to wax stronger.

“This country will not go back to 1983 where we will start doing trade by barter with Brazil.

“God has decreed it that we continue to pilot the affairs of this country and continue to implement the transformation agenda.

“Our party does not belong to any religious organisation or ethnic group.

“They have passed through a motion and endorsed their perennial candidate, we have beaten him three times, and we are going to beat him once again.

While charging the representatives of various chapters, the national secretary said: “you will be called upon to enlighten Nigerians on the programmes of the PDP wherever they reside in the world.

“You will also be called upon to counter negative propaganda that the APC is making against our party and our country in different countries of this world.

“Of course, we are not perfect but our mission is perfect. We mean well for this country and we believe the country should continue to be one and that we should be a market driven economy while at the same time, providing succour for the weak” Oladipo said.

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