2019: Arresting, naming PDP leaders looters won’t stop your sack – Secondus tells APC

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Uche Secondus has stated that the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, will not escape being defeated in the 2019 elections.

According to Secondus, arresting members of PDP and listing them among looters of the nation’s treasury will not stop the APC from being sacked.

He restated the determination of the PDP to regain power at the federal level in 2019.

The PDP national chairman said this on Saturday at the reception organised for the Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa by the people of Delta North Senatorial District.

He said that the APC has failed to fulfil any of the promises it made in 2015 which made Nigerians to vote for President Muhammadu Buhari.

Secondus said, “I bring you greetings from the national secretariat, and want to say that the part is very proud of Okowa.

“We have promised to provide a level playing field for everybody. There will be no imposition or impunity. This is the new rebranded PDP, and we are determined to regain the lost ground.

“No amount of intimidation, lies or propaganda will stop the PDP from taking over in 2019. If they like, they should arrest and detain our leaders.

“If they like they should continue to announce names of alleged corrupt Nigerians, they will not get through again with lies and propaganda.

“APC is a sinking ship and that is why they are harassing and intimidating everybody and telling all sorts of lies that will not work this time. They did it in 2015, but it is not going to work in 2019.”


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