Nigerians have been cautioned by the Peoples Democratic Party against the pranks of the All Progressives Congress.
The PDP added that the APC has failed in the nation’s governance and affairs management.
They questioned the APC governors Friday’s visit to the residence of ex- President Goodluck Jonathan, in Abuja noting that the visit was a testimony and confession that Nigeria was well managed under a PDP-led administration.
The statement by the PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan was titled, ‘APC Governors’ Visit To Jonathan Affirms Nigeria is Better With PDP,’ in Abuja on Sunday.
Ologbondiyan said, “The PDP therefore receives the visit by APC governors as an apology by the APC to our party and Nigerians over the lies, beguilements and other irresponsible allegations deployed by the APC to grab power, only to lead our nation on a journey to nowhere.
“We therefore caution Nigerians to be watchful of the antics of the APC that have failed in governance and the management of its own affairs.”
On Friday, recall that the Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni, led APC chieftains, including its governors on a visit to Jonathan’s Abuja residence, to celebrate with him on his 63rd birthday.
The PDP statement read in part, “The visit, which is a clear endorsement of the acceptability of the PDP administration, also indicates that the APC, in 2015, only created artificial symbols of misgovernance, corruption and other alleged misgivings just to discredit our party and grab the levers of power to achieve their selfish desires.”
In response to the opposition party, the APC in a statement signed by its Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Yekini Nabena, titled, “Why Is PDP Rattled By APC Governors’ Visit To Jonathan?,” said, the PDP was obviously disturbed and confused by the courtesy visit.
He said, “At a time when the PDP and its leadership are grappling with a crisis of confidence, one would expect the failed opposition to focus on picking itself up. As a party for all progressives, the APC on its part will continue to consolidate its national appeal and acceptance.”