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Published On: Mon, Mar 31st, 2014

PDP accuses APC of blackmailing its membersPDP accuses APC of blackmailing its members

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By Lawrence Olaoye

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) of engaging the services of the media practitioners to discredit and ridicule its members and other well meaning individuals the country.

The party in a statement signed b its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh, noted that “In the last few days, the media have been awash with paid write-ups and advertorials by the APC using resources meant for the development of their states to castigate, discredit and ridicule PDP officials and other well meaning individuals in the country.

“It is rather despicable that instead of coming out with tangible explanations that would delink it from the negatives for which Nigerians have rejected it, the APC, now haunted by its ugly shadow, has resorted to yet another diversionary tactics of propaganda, blackmail and falsehood, this time, using paid consultants masquerading as newspaper columnists to attack and insult individuals including the person of President Goodluck Jonathan.

“We however wish to restate that the PDP is not perturbed by these attacks and they cannot deter us from exposing the APC. We completely stand by our position that the APC is a party of unpatriotic persons whose agenda is to destroy our democracy and the unity we enjoy as a nation.

This wave of attack is clearly part of APC’s “Janjaweed” ideology of destruction and inciting the people against individuals, especially government officials, in furtherance of the plot to undermine the system and balkanize the nation along ethnic and religious lines ahead of the 2015 general elections; an agenda which has already failed.”

The party equally alerted that the opposition has engaged the services of foreigners who, according to it, have since been imported into the country to do the hatchet job in collaboration with the paid consultants who pocket as much as N5 million naira for each negative publication.

 

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