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PDP’s strategy is to distract the Buhari Administration with jejune statements – APC

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described as, rambling the PDP’s statement on the nation’s economy saying it is part of the opposition’s ploy to distract the Buhari Administration from its onerous task of putting the nation on a sound footing.

In a statement issued in Lagos on Monday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said the PDP’s statement was a litany of delusional self praise, rather than a genuine concern about the nation’s well being.

According to the statement, the question the PDP should ask itself is that if it had laid a solid foundation for the economy in its 16 years in charge, could such a foundation have given way in just three months of a new Administration?

Mohammed pointed out that, if the PDP had been as fantastic as its statement had portrayed, it would still be the ruling, rather than the opposition party that it is now.

The statement therefore advised the PDP to concentrate its attention on remaking its tattered image rather than continuing to act as a desperate attention-seeking opposition.

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