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Hungry And Desperate PDP Trying To ‘Demolish’ Nigeria – FG Raises Alarm

The federal government on Monday, accused the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of attempting to cause trouble in Nigeria.

The government said the opposition party kidnapped the fortunes of the entire nation during its sixteen years in power but is now trying to rubbish the corrective efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari by spreading false information.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed made the allegation during a press briefing in Abuja where he said the All Progressives Congress (APC) is still cleaning up the mess of the PDP.

The Minister questioned why the PDP would be threatening Nigerians with another protest similar to the #EndSARS event saying because the opposition party is not in power is not enough reason to try and tear the country apart.

It also charged the PDP to wait till 2023 to test its popularity at the polls rather than make false claims of declaring the APC National Convention illegal.

He said Nigerians would be the judge at the 2023 polls if they want to return to ‘Egypt’ or continue to the promised land.

Mohammed said: “As you know, the folks on the other side have been doing everything in recent times to overheat the polity, distort the achievements of our Administration and spread misinformation.

”Yes, it is very cold out there for the hungry and desperate opposition, but every indication is that they don’t even want to wait for the 2023 elections before testing their popularity or acceptability at the polls.

How else does one explain their court case seeking the declaration of our convention as illegal? How do you explain their threat of another EndSARS that pushed Nigerian to the brink? How do you explain their glaring misinformation regarding the nation’s state of affairs?

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Gentlemen, there is nothing wrong in having a fiery and viable opposition in a democracy. We were there before and we remain the ones to beat in terms of a determined, viable and relentless opposition. But, in our time, not once did we advocate the destruction of Nigeria just because we couldn’t have our way.

Not once did we seek to gain power via a desperate court action. If you destroy the country you are seeking to govern, what country will you govern? Must you cut your nose to spite your face?

In their most recent act of desperation, they sought to erase seven years of unprecedented achievements by the Buhari Administration. In the most egregious show of shamelessness and a blatant refusal to be remorseful, they even had the audacity to express righteous indignation that the damage they inflicted on the country in their 16 years of misrule has not been totally undone in just seven years.

In other words, those who brought the country to its knees are now accusing those working hard to repair things of non-performance. They said they are ready to rescue Nigeria. Pray, where do kidnappers rescue their victims? These same guys who kidnapped the fortunes of their country are suddenly posing as rescuers. Caveat Emptor. Buyers beware! Nigerians Beware!”

“We are not under any illusion that they will stop their misrepresentation.

No, because in their desperation to return to complete their demolition work on Nigeria, these folks will stop at nothing to paint us bad.

But the good news is that Nigerians remain traumatized by their 16-year misrule, and will not return to ‘Egypt’ by allowing the ‘demolition gang’ back to office. In the meantime, let them present their 16-year stewardship in all the areas we have listed above and let Nigerians judge!”

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