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30th January 2023
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PDP to Buhari: False alarm on electoral violence will not help you

PDP to Buhari: False alarm on electoral violence will not help you
PDP to Buhari: False alarm on electoral violence will not help you

The Peoples Democratic Party has released a statement saying calling out the President and his party, saying no amount of fabrications, false alarm, blackmail and resort to violence (electoral violence) can sway Nigerians or help their plots to rig the 2019 Presidential election.

The party in a statement released by its National Publicity Secretary, Mr Kola Ologbondiya, alleged that the Muhammadu Buhari Presidency’s fresh attempt to use its chief propagandist, the Minister of Information & Culture, Lai Mohammed, to lay false allegations on the PDP on electoral violence has failed, because Nigerians already know those plotting to scuttle the elections by inciting violence.
Mr Kola Ologbondiya in his statement said:

“What has Lai Mohammed to say to President Muhammadu MBuhari, who in Zamfara state on Sunday, urged his supporters to get ready to fight and unleash violence on other Nigerians?

“What has Lai Mohammed to say to the threat by his party’s chieftain and governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, who declared that members of the global democratic institution working for a peaceful election in our country will return to their countries in body bags?

“Lai Mohammed has nothing to say to the Director General of the Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organization, Rotimi Amaechi, who raised a war chant and threatened Nigerians with electoral violence at the APC Presidential rally in Port Harcourt on Tuesday.”

“It is clear to all that electoral violence, death threats and plot to disrupt the elections have become an official policy of the Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organization, having realized that President Buhari has no chance in the February 16 Presidential election.”

“The PDP, therefore, charges Nigerians to remain alert, resist the incitements of the APC, protect one another, insist that the Presidential election must hold on February 16 and do all, within their legitimate rights, to protect their votes to the very end.” he said

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