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17 October 2021Governor Douye Diri of Bayelsa State said on Saturday that Nigerians were fed up with the All Progressives Congress and could not wait to vote in the Peoples Democratic Party in 2023.Diri also boasted that governors elected on the platform of the PDP across the country were the best performing governors in the country.
He spoke at the Mahmud Ribadu Square in Jimeta, Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa State as the chairman of the PDP National Electoral Committee for the conduct of the state congress of the party.A statement by the governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr Daniel Alabrah, quoted the governor as saying the PDP was poised to take over power at the centre in 2023.
He said, “Nigerians are tired of the APC and are waiting for the PDP to take over. I assure you that come 2023, PDP will take over the presidency of our country.“I have been reading about the first flyover in the North-East but yesterday I drove on it. We are pleased as a party that the governor of Adamawa State is performing and doing well. The PDP governors from the north to the south are the best performing in Nigeria.” headtopics.com
The Governor of Adamawa State, Ahmadu Fintiri, and former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar were among the delegates that voted at the congress which produced a legal practitioner, Tahir Shehu, as the state chairman of the party. Read more: The Punch Newspapers »
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Nigerians are tired of both APC and PDP. At the moment, giving a chance to a 3rd force like ACCORD is their only option. It's time to get the best Party, with a progressively working ideology, for growth and development in Nigeria. No, Nigerians are tired of both parties. Period! Hahahaha of course, waiting for PDP to take their turn. Na turn by turn for you people naa. The day wey PDP worry you, you go run go APC.
From frypan to fire, back and forth. Nigerians are tired of both parts APC & PDP in fact tired of the system . All of unna , unna useless 😑 like pampers Watin Dey do all this big stomach people don’t let them convince you we don’t want them all We are tired of all of you...
Nigerians tired of APC, waiting for PDP to take over, says DiriDouye Diri of Bayelsa State said on Saturday that Nigerians are fed up with the All Progressives Congress and cannot wait to vote in the Peoples Democratic Party in 2023. gchild8701 APC IS PDP PDP IS APC Tired for both you will say, Prattle. Thunder fire his mouth
Supreme Court Governor has a voice today in Nigeria politics. It's unfortunate, our system has become a tool for undeserved leaders to cash in. Person go market and sell monkey 🐒 buy dog 🐕 na the same thing still dey for House You that Bayelsa people didn't vote for,if not for Supreme Court. We are tired of both of you(apc and pdp) If GEJ performed well, people won’t even think of voting this calamity in 2015. If you want to take power back, we don’t need the old faces that contributed one way or the other to this our present mess. You must present fresh blood .
They should be persecuted for their crimes ! Both parties are cancerous to the nation. The technocrats in the youth category should form a party to destroy chop chop parties. Rubbish, when you can easily decamp to APC after saying this nonsense. You all in PDP are just handy tools Nigerians are actually tired of recycling politicians.
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Nigerians are tired of the lack of capacity, the embarrassing cluelessness & gross incompetence of both APC & PDP. Never knew they were different, because both parties are filled with people of same mentality and ideology God forbid bad thing Birds of the same feathers Nigerians aren't fools. PDP, APC every political party are the same. They are just there for the money.
Will the power that be not consficate the people's votes to favor the APC? Nigerians are not just tired of APC, they're tired of these cheats that call themselves politicians. Of what use are the Senate, House of Rep and State Houses of Assembly to Nigerians? They are a burden to the Society, take them out and you save enough money to revive the economy
Maybe Nigeria is waiting for PDP … But we Biafrans are waiting for referendum or una go hear am in another language.. mad people Waiting for PDP and container economy You they mad Diri..we are only waiting for God to destroy everyone of you....who be PDP? You are all the same.
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