The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) stakeholders in Oyo state, Tuesday, alerted that with or without the G-5 governors, the PDP presidential candidate will win the 2023 polls.
The PDP stakeholders made this known in Ibadan at a press conference held at the Oyo state NUJ Press conference in Ibadan by the former Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Elder Wole Oyelese on a march in support of the party’s presidential aspiration.
According to the PDP stakeholders, it is glaring that another four years of the All Progressives Congress (APC) will throw Nigeria into the stone age and that the only visible way out for Nigerians remains the PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, who ” will rescue Nigeria from bondage and suffering”.
The PDP stakeholders emphasised that there is still an opportunity for the G5 governors to have a rethink and retrace their steps, saying, “PDP doors are still open to the G5 governors, including Wike to come back home.”
” We are virtually in a. hopeless situation. Another four years of APC will throw Nigeria into the Stone Age.But there is hope. Atiku Abubakar is will rescue Nigeria from bondage and suffering”, he said.
Elder Oyelese added, “Atiku has been tried, tested and the most experienced among the leading presidential candidates.
“He will hit the ground running from day one as president because Nigeria is experiencing a harrowing socio- economic situation and does not need an apprentice president.”
The Oyo PDP spokesman stressed, “Atiku Abubakar is a detribalised pan-Nigerian, a bridge builder with longstanding friends and associates in every nook and cranny of Nigeria who is acceptable to all ethnic groups and religious bodies in Nigeria.”
” He has the best ideas on how to rescue Nigeria from the years of ruin and damage caused by APC. Help us to spread the message that Atiku Abubakar is country’s only hope for a better Nigeria.”
Other PDP leaders at the Press conference included former Minister of State for FCT, Oloye Jumoke Akinjide, Alhaji Hazeem Gbolarumi, Engr Femi Babalola, Chief Majekodunmi Aborode, Hon Babatunde Esuola, among others.