PDP begs Nigerians for forgiveness, wants another chance

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Mr Adetunji Omotola, a member of the board of trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), South Africa chapter, has urged the party's leadership to involve Nigerians in the diaspora particularly youths in the 2019 polls.

Giving a keynote speech on Monday, March 26, 2018, at an event in Abuja with the theme: Nation-building: Resetting The Agenda, he admitted that although the party did its best while in government, it was not void of mistakes.

He said the PDP had lost every moral ground and was mortally afraid of facing the 2019 general elections "because Nigerians will always remember their past and punish them one more time for economically plundering the country".

Dr Cairo Ojougboh said that he defected to the All Progressives Congress to protect the interest of the people of Delta, knowing that they had worked very hard for the party. It was all part of an evolution process without which there can be no maturity.

In a statement issued by the PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, yesterday, said "the connection between the timing of happenings in the court case and the intrusions of the APC in the entire matter has assumed a worrisome dimension".

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President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to attend the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting coming up on Tuesday, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

It would be recalled that the APC NEC at its meeting of February 26, extended the tenure of the party's National Working Committee (NEC) and other executive members across all levels by one year starting from June.

"Soon after independence in 1960, our forefathers set out to build a nation worthy to be proud of".

"For over 30 years, the military in league with some politicians, led this country until 1999 when they were pressured to return to the barracks through combined democratic efforts from both within and outside the country".

"Within those 16 years, the party, which I now have the privilege of leading, was able to lay the foundation blocks of our nascent democracy by setting up and nurturing vital democratic institutions that will ensure its survival".

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