Edo State PDP has declares APC government abysmal failure (Details)

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has described the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo State ‘abysmal failure’ for allegedly not delivering the dividends of democracy to the people.

The opposition party, however, urged its members not to be deterred by those who defected to the APC in the state.

This was disclosed at a rally in Owan Council on Saturday, Chairman of Edo PDP, Dan Orbih, noted that those who left the party did so in confusion because they were not accepted in their new home.

“I want to use this opportunity to clear some issues that I know are bothering you. Today, I can safely say that those few people who left us for APC are now in political purgatory; added saying they are neither in hell nor in heaven. They are neither in PDP nor in APC.

The PDP party chairman however appealed to all his party members and also the electorate to make a right decision in the coming governorship election in State. He urged them to choose a PDP candidate because of the abysmal failure of the APC government in the State.

He faulted the alleged attempt of APC leaders in the state to dissociate themselves from the failures of the APC government, urging the party should admit its failure.

Dan Orbih admitted that the APC government in Edo State has failed, but they now want to situate it on the personality of Governor Godwin Obaseki. Who brought Obaseki, Adams Oshiomhole; can we separate Obaseki from Oshiomhole? No. So it is clear that APC in Edo has failed. How added saying APC has failed and their time up to leave the position for them.

It was also reported that the chairman of Edo north PDP leaders forum, who was identified as Chief Raymond Dokpesi, has urged the people of Owan west to eschew bitterness of the past and work in hands with them.

Let us forget about what happened in the past and work together so that our children can enjoy what we labour for.

We need to forgive ourselves in whatever way we might have offended ourselves because there is a better tomorrow, the media guru said.

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