Ahead of Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, a People’s Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Chief Charles Udeogaranya, has tasked the electorate to go out there and exercise their civic duty, by voting for their leaders preferably PDP candidates at all levels.
He noted that “Nigerians must use this presidential election and speak in an unequivocal manner against President Muhammadu Buhari’s government of marginalisation by going to the polling units and casting their votes to send him packing.
“Nigeria must reject rather than reward Mr President’s policies of economic hardship, insecurity, nepotism, wanton disregard for court orders and rule of law and sore intimidation of the Judiciary.
“Nigerians must enthrone a government that is well informed and has good plans that will cater for the good and betterment of all Nigerians by voting in Atiku Abubarkar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) thereby sparing us this entire APC debacle.”
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