…says APC has moral burden to pursue change
Previous national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Victor Umeh, yesterday portrayed the 16 years guideline of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as the worst in the history of Nigeria’s democracy.
Umeh, who tended to columnists in Enugu following his victory at the Court of Appeal in Enugu, said: “What PDP did to Nigeria in 16 years is the greatest disservice to democracy.”
It would be reviewed that the Appeal Court had on Monday invalidated Senator Uche Ekwunife’s election by virtue of Umeh’s request. The court requested a re-run within 90 days.
The APGA chieftain guaranteed that however he won the decision, PDP manipulated the process with impunity and utilized the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to announce Ekwunife the winner.
While deriding PDP over its grievances on the result of the Kogi governorship outcome, Umeh said: “Though the All Progressives Congress has not been brutal as PDP was, PDP’s members are now weeping.
Furthermore, we are exceptionally hopeful; this time around, the votes of the general population will count. There will be no god-mother, god-father and the utilization of presidential might to stifle the will of the general population.