APC MOCKS PDP: SAYS THEY ARE SEEKING FOR RELEVANCE

APC National Publicity Secretary, Lanre Issa-Onilu, has lambasted the PDP chairman, Mr Secondus for insinuating thattthere was insecurity in the country and says its an attempt by the main opposition party to seek relevance following its loss at the poll.

“It is just an attempt by the PDP to find a way back to the front page of newspapers and to be relevant in the news,” he said on Friday during his appearance on Channels Television’s Politics Today.


The APC spokesman added, “It would have been unnecessary for any response at all to come from us as the ruling party but I suspect that the national chairman of the PDP may have stumbled on one of the statements they wrote pre-election.
“Because it sounded more like some of those campaign materials that were not used or that have been used repeatedly; for which the voters passed a verdict in the last election.”
Earlier, Mr Secondus addressed a press conference in Abuja where he condemned the killing of a Nigerian and a British national by gunmen in Kaduna State.
The PDP national chairman had also decried the rate of insecurity in the land, saying Nigerians had never lived in such great fear and trembling for their lives.
But Issa-Onilu insisted that the ruling party would not join issues with the opposition, noting that there was nothing relevant to argue about.

“It would have been unnecessary for any response at all to come from us as the ruling party but I suspect that the national chairman of the PDP may have stumbled on one of the statements they wrote pre-election.
“Because it sounded more like some of those campaign materials that were not used or that have been used repeatedly; for which the voters passed a verdict in the last election.”

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