PDP criticizes Tinubu over comments on Obasanjo

PDP criticizes Tinubu over comments on Obasanjo

The Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), has implored the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu to be wary of his utterances regarding the former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.

The party was reacting to Tinubu’s remarks on President Olusegun Obasanjo following the latter’s public letter in which he questioned the fitness of the President for the exalted office beyond 2019.

This was contained in a statement by the spokesperson of PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan who said, “Tinubu in his tirade against the former President sounded like a disrobed ruler facing a pang of defeat as he watches his empire being legitimately taken.”

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The PDP further accused Tinubu of being in cahoots with ‘known dictators’ such as President Muhammadu Buhari while claiming to be on the side of democrats.

“It is shocking that Asiwaju of Lagos can be in cahoots with President Muhammadu Buhari, who has always been in league with all known dictators, while at the same time claiming to be on the side of democrats.

The party also called on Tinubu to search his conscience and come up with a denial that he shares not closeness with Atiku.

“It is also important to state that Atiku Abubakar did not claim to have rigged election in the South-West.

“However, if Tinubu today denies his affinity with Atiku Abubakar, which is well known in the entire nation, then he can deny even his own existence.

“It is shameful that Tinubu can compare any administration in the history of our nation to the Buhari administration.

“Nigerians have never been this hungry, our purchasing power has never been this low, our fault lines have never been this manifest and our nation has never been turned into a huge funeral parlour as we have witnessed under President Buhari’s incompetent, divisive and colossally corrupt administration.

“At no time in our history had Nigerians gone to the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos to take a plunge to death.”

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