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PDP Youths Describe President Buhari's Reelection Bid As "Dead On Arrival"


Youths of opposition Peoples Democratic Party has described the public declaration of President Muhammadu Buhari as a dead on arrival project and show of insensitivity.

In a statement signed by Honourable Inioribo Tamunotonye, the National Coordinator of Peoples Democratic Party National Youth League and the Publicity Secretary Zainab Al-Amin, and made available to our reporters, the party youths questioned the rationality of the President to seek for a fresh term after his woeful performance and failure to address myriads of challenges facing the country.

The statement reads;

"It is preposterous that President Buhari has decided to score another low  by disregarding common sense to declare interest for a fresh mandate after his abysmal performance and betrayal of trust of the Nigeria people.

President Buhari that came to power through the change mantra and his overbloated promise of improved economy, security and prosecuting the war against corruption, turned out to reward Nigerians with a very hostile economy and even worsened the security condition of our dear country. Buhari has given Nigerians the negative change and his administration has become the most corrupt in the history of Nigeria.

Despite the epic failure of the administration, we are shocked that the President that is supposed to surrender himself to the nearest prison for crimes against the Nigeria people after May 29, 2019, has the guts to seek for a fresh term in office".

We are disappointed in this new low of President Muhammadu Buhari and we assure him of the determination of  Nigerians to disgrace him at the poll and unceremoniously send him packing from Aso Rock".

"Buhari's declaration for a fresh term is simply an exercise in futility, a dead on arrival project", The statement concluded.

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