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Vote APC out of power, Tambuwal tells Nigerians

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The Director General of the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, Aminu Tambuwal, on Tuesday charged Nigerians to use their Permanent Voter Card to remove the All Progressives Congress from power in the 2023 general elections.

The PCO DG, represented by the PDP former National Vice Chairman (Southwest), Eddy Olafeso, spoke in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, during the inauguration of the PDP presidential campaign committee and campaign management committee in Ekiti State.

Tambuwal, who is the governor of Sokoto State, while saying the APC had plunged Nigeria into numerous problems without solutions, harped on the need for the electorate to vote for and ensure the victory of the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Ababakar and his running mate, Ifeanyi February 25 next year.

He condemned the leadership style of the APC and urged PDP members “to work for peace to defeat the monster called APC and its beneficiaries in the country.”

The acting Chairman, Ekiti PDP PCC, Chief Ogundipe Makanjuola, said, “What is required is the unalloyed commitment to winning the presidential election in the next two months so that the PDP can revamp the battered economy of Nigeria.”

Makanjuola, a former PDP state chairman, called on party members and supporters to go out and galvanise support for the PDP and Atiku, who he described as “incoming president.”

He told PCC and CMC members, “We have been handed a very strategic task, a very challenging assignment, but by the special grace of God, it is not insurmountable, we shall succeed.”

Recall that the PDP governorship candidate in the June 2022 election, Bisi Kolawole, who was appointed as chairman of the PCC had on Monday rejected the appointment, saying the membership comprised members of Social Democratic Party who worked against PDP’s success in the governorship election and would still work against the success of PDP National Assembly candidates on February 25.

Other members inaugurated include former speaker, Tunji Odeyemi as secretary of the PCC and the CMC including Senator Duro Faseyi (North), Mr Dipo Anisulowo (Central) and Prof. Kolapo Olusola-Eleka (South) with Mrs Yemisi Afolabi as secretary.

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