Tension As APC Blows Hot, Promises To Handover To PDP Only On One Deadly Condition

By Amako Nneji September 15, 2016 12:20

Tension As APC Blows Hot, Promises To Handover To PDP Only On One Deadly Condition

The All Progressives Congress, APC, has revealed that President Muhammadu, is ready to handover in 2019, if he is rejected by majority of Nigerians who voted for him in the last General Elections, a source within the party confirmed to Post-Nigeria.

This came as the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, called on Buhari to tender his resignation letter, over the current economic downturn.

The Spokesperson and a member of the PDP’s National Caretaker Committee, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, had said this in a statement he signed in Abuja, on Wednesday night.

Reacting, an highly placed South-West APC Chieftain, who exclusively spoke to Post-Nigeria on Thursday, said that Buhari cannot resign now; rather he is ready to handover to the opposition PDP, on only one condition.

He said: “How can Buhari resign now? Did Jonathan resign, despite the massive corruption that was happening under his noise? Buhari can only handover, if Nigerians who voted for him in 2015, reject him in 2019.” he said.

Another source added: “Calling for Buhari’s resignation is unthinkable…. He won’t resign now. Rather PDP should be warming up to test their popularity in 2019.”

Recall, that the PDP in a statement had said that the APC’s administration frittered away all the good policies and programmes which it put in place, thereby bringing down the aviation sector in the country.

“What Nigerians want from this administration are positive results, and not resorting to throwing tantrums on the PDP at every given opportunity.

“Our call for the President to return the country to how he met it in 2015, is justified on the following grounds.

“In 2015, when the President came to power, a bag of rice was selling at N7,000, but now, it is above N20,000; a ‘mudu’ of beans was N150 then, and now it is N500; one US dollar was then trading for N197, but now it is over N400.

“Also, a litre of fuel was N87, but now its N145; cost of transportation and other services had skyrocketed. Given our observations since the inception of this government, they have nothing to offer and as such, quitting will be a solution, because nobody can give what he/she does not have. The APC has failed.

“When this government came to power in May 2015, riding on the achievements of the previous PDP administration, President Buhari’s handlers and his party, the APC, claimed it was his ‘body language’ that brought some positive changes the country was witnessing at that time.

“So, we want to know what are the results of the so-called ‘body language’?” the PDP statement stressed.