September 22, 2023

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APC’s highest achievement is mass killing , says Abia PDP, warns of dire consequences of trying Ekiti formula in 2019 poll

Abia PDP Chairman, Chief Johnson Onuigbo

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Mass killing, APC’s greatest achievement – Abia PDP
. Warns Buhari against trying Ekiti formula in Abia
By Steve Oko
The Peoples Democratic Party (APC)  in Abia State has said the highest achievement of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) is mass killing .
PDP Chairman, Abia State,  Chief Johnson Onuigbo who made the assertion in his office said Nigeria’s woes had compounded under APC.
Responding to a question on why Gov. Ikpeazu wanted to defect to APC according to rumour mills,  Onuigbo said APC had no attraction to make the Governor contemplate such action.
His words : “What is in APC that will attract the Governor?  What has the party achieved since three years it came to power if not mass killings of Nigerians ? Ikpeazu cannot dream of going to APC.
“When PDP was in power,  we never heard of Meity ‘Allah but now cows move into Aso Rock. Nigerias said they needed change and the change has brought a bag of rice from N8000 to N20000. But in 2019 we must change the bad change. “
Onuigbo warned of the dire consequences of any attempt by the  APC-controlled government to manipulate the outcome of the 2019 polls in Abia in its favour.
” Abia is not Ekiti. We know their plans to rig the election as they did in Ekiti but we will resist them.  It cannot work here “.
Onuigbo who said Abia remained PDP’s stronghold predicted victory for the party in 2019.
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