2019: Peter Obi as Atiku’s running mate will take PDP no where -APC UK

2019: Peter Obi as Atiku’s running mate will take PDP no where -APC UK

The choice of Peter Obi as Atiku’s running mate will not take the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) anywhere, the United Kingdom chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has said.

Leader of the chapter, Mr. Ade Omole, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja, that the choice of the former Anambra governor would not in anyway guarantee votes for the PDP in the South-east.

This, he said was especially so because Obi failed as a governor and could not deliver democracy dividends to the people of the state.

“The paddy paddy anointing of Mr. Peter Obi to the gasping ticket of Atiku Abubakar as running mate, confirms our earlier assertion that the PDP presidential campaign is dead on arrival.

“As you are aware, Peter Obi failed woefully in the last Anambra gubernatorial election by failing to deliver the state to his ailing party, a state he mismanaged for eight years.

“Peter Obi was rejected by his people, his ward, his state and come 2019, both the PDP presidential candidate and his running mate will be rejected nationally by Nigerians,”Omole said.

He described the combination of Obi and Atiku as a classic case of corruption working hand in glove with mismanagement, stressing that surely, the tag could only take Nigeria back to Egypt or even a worse situation.

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“I wish both candidates best of luck as they embark on the journey to failure,”Omole said.

NAN reports that the former Anambra Governor emerged the preferred choice of both the party and Atiku after series of consultations by the party’s stakeholders.

Atiku who was a former Vice President announced Obi as his running mate for the presidential election slated for February 2019 in a statement issued by his campaign office.

Mr Gbenga Daniel, also a former Governor of Ogun and the Director-General Atiku Champaign Organisation, said in the statement that Obi was the ultimate choice of the PDP and its stakeholders for the election.

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