'Fresh PDP' is APC plot to kill opposition, PDP alleges

  • 'Fresh PDP' is APC plot to kill opposition, PDP alleges

'Fresh PDP' is APC plot to kill opposition, PDP alleges

The new defectors were led by a PDP chieftain in the council, Mr. Fola Mosaku, and four councillorship candidates of the party in the July 22 council polls in the state.

"They are so unsettled that the PDP is progressing and progressing progressively".

This was stated by the national publicity secretary of the PDP, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, when he spoke with journalists in Abuja on Thursday.

The National Publicity Secretary of the party, Kola Ologbondiyan, at a press conference yesterday, said that the APC has been anxious since the December 9 PDP National Convention. That is why they are using some people to cause confusion in our party but we have gone beyond that.

The PDP claimed that the ruling party was advancing various strategies to silence the opposition in order for Buhari to return for a second term.

The PDP national chairman, who addressed path faithful at a rally at Matthew Street in Ado Ekiti, charged the people to come out on Saturday, "so that the APC would be disgraced in the 2018 governorship election".

"I can assure you that majority of people still hanging around in the APC are coming back home, the PDP".

Reacting to reports that the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state has announced plans to boycott the election, Governor Fayose says it will not take away the transparent process of the election.

"It is odd, unacceptable and outside every known law and regulation that a group of individuals will come together and claim to have formed a splinter group of our great party and even attempt to use our colour, name and logo unauthorised".

His host, Governor Ayo Fayose, expressed gratititude to him and his team for making Ekiti state local government election their first public assignment, after their emergence as new party leaders.

He said the defunct National Caretaker Committee (NCC) handed over a "highly united party" to the new National Working Committee (NWC) led by Prince Uche Secondus.