Osun West Bye Election: PDP has lost relevance in Nigeria ―Hussain


The All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for the Osun West senatorial by-election, Senator Mudasiru Hussain, on Friday the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has lost relevance in Nigerian politics, saying he would roundly defeat the flag bearer of the party, Ademola Adeleke in July 8 election.

He said that the advancement of his senatorial zone and the entire Osun were the driving spirit behind his ambition to return to the upper chamber of the National Assembly.

Hussain who stated this in Iwo, the headquarters of the Osun West senatorial district, noted that the APC had shown well enough that it is the only political party that is determined to bail Nigeria out of social political and economic hardship.

The APC candidate had earlier visited Ede South, Ede North, Egbedore council areas which are part senatorial zone in furtherance of his mobilization of supporters for his ambition to return to the Senate.

Hussain said that if anything, “the Rauf Aregbesola administration in Osun had demonstrated what good governance is all about. On the other hand, the PDP, on the platform of which Adeleke is set to contest, brought Nigeria to her present predicament through its anti-people policies and its almost official kleptocratic tendencies”.

“APC is the only party through which you have seen that good governance is possible. In our state alone, we have seen what this party represents through the mega-schools, through the legacy roads, through school feeding, through other policies that show that it is the people that matter”.

“On the other hand, you know what the PDP has taken us through in this country. We know that the PDP having lost the control of the Nigerian resources, has been running from pillar to post to regain relevance. Never will they find their feet on our soil again”, Hussain remarked.


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