The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus, has warned the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and other federal agencies raising money for the All Progressives Congress (APC), Presidential campaign to be ready for the consequences.
Prince Secondus who declared APC administration as the most corrupt in the history of Nigeria, said that the administration must explain what happened to $25billion and N8 trillion said to have been missing from the system.
Addressing a mammoth crowd of PDP supporters at Mapo Hall in Ibadan, Oyo state, to mark the launch of the South West zonal rally, on Thursday, the National Chairman said that corruption has gone “haywire” under this regime.
According to a statement from his media office signed by Ike Abonyi, Prince Secondus told the jubilant crowd that they must not only vote for PDP and Atiku but must be ready to defend their votes and resist INEC and security agency’s manipulations.
“You must cast and defend your votes and stop whatever agenda the APC and the INEC may have to manipulate the election.
Prince Secondus accused President Muhammadu Buhari of insensitivity as he cares less about the killings across the country.
“The ineptitude of this administration has brought this country to be declared the poverty headquarters of the World but I assure you that Atiku and PDP will rescue this land.
The Director General of the campaign and the Senate President ,Senator Bukola Saraki, said that APC and Buhari have failed in all their promises and should be voted out by Nigerians.
The former Governor of Ekiti state and the Campaign Coordinator of the South West, Ayo Fayose, told the rally that their massive turnout is evidence that APC and Buhari have lost the 2019 election.
The Presidential candidate and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, warned the people against deceit from the APC as they have nothing new to offer Nigerians except hunger and killings.
The National Chairman performed the symbolic handing over of flag to the candidates of the South West zone.