The Peoples Democratic Get together Presidential Presidential Marketing campaign Organisation, PPCO, has reacted to name that its Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar ought to step down from contesting the February election.
Recall that the spokesperson of the Strategic Campaigns of President Muhammadu Buhari Marketing campaign Organisation, Festus Keyamo had challenged Abubakar to step down and endorse Buhari.
Nevertheless, PPCO spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan mentioned with the huge help the previous Vice President enjoys, he can’t step down.
Talking throughout a press convention, on Sunday, the spokesperson of PPCO, Kola Ologbondiyan mentioned Buhari shouldn’t set Nigeria on hearth as a result of he received’t be the primary President to be defeated.
In line with Ologbondiyan, “We would like the Buhari Presidency to notice that it’s preposterous for anyone, irrespective of how extremely positioned, to assume that our nice social gathering, the PDP and our Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, who enjoys the help of overwhelming majority of Nigerians, could be subdued out of the political area in our nation.
“Our heroes previous fought in opposition to colonialism and received. Our fashionable heroes fought the army and gained immediately’s democracy for our nation so that each Nigerian can get pleasure from freedoms and rights as assured within the 1999 Structure (as amended). Nigerians are due to this fact not able to give up these freedoms and rights to neo-totalitarianism or permit anyone to suppress them in their very own land.
“We due to this fact counsel President Buhari to tame his desperation for energy. Our nation has had many Presidents earlier than President Buhari and there can be many extra after him.
“President Buhari won’t be the primary President to be defeated in an election as such he mustn’t set our nation on hearth simply because he’s feeling the air of rejection on account of his incompetence and the gale of corruption in his administration.
“Our social gathering is courageously going into the final elections with the help of overwhelming majority of Nigerians and they don’t seem to be prepared to simply accept any outcome that doesn’t replicate their already expressed needs