PDP dead, soon to be forgotten in Kogi central, says APC chieftain, Ohere

THE All Progressive Congress Chieftain and Commissioner for LGA and Chieftain Affairs, Engineer Abubakar Ohere has said that the People’s Democratic Party was dead and would soon be forgotten in the Kogi Central region of the State.

The Party’s political leader in the region made this known on Thursday in Okene, during the APC’s ward rally which was held simultaneously across the 21 LGAs of the state.

Engineer Ohere noted that the All Progressive Congress has gained huge relevance in all the five local government area in the central region of the state and had since thrown the opposition into oblivion.

He noted that the PDP particularly has had to struggle with irrelevance and there present state of political insignificance was clearly shown with their performances in the last general election as the APC swept all seats overwhelmingly.

ALSO READ: Alleged pension scam: Court remands Maina in prison

Engineer Ohere affirmed that Governor Bello’s excellent performance in the last three and half year and his administration’s provision of massive infrastructures which included roads, water facilities, conducive learning environment and others have also helped to give the people good assurance of the party’s goodwill.

The Kogi Central leader affirmed that the forthcoming gubernatorial election by November 16, would again be another opportunity for the teaming APC supporters in the region to prove that there was the non-existing opposition party.

He charged the multitude of supporters at the event to fix their eye on victory and shun violence as they move into the electioneering proper.

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More