Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has stated that the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), is suffering from self-inflicted political paralysis over allegations to rig the forthcoming elections in the state.
APC, In a statement by its Publicity Secretary, Alex Kalejaye, said the party’s attention was drawn to the spurious and laughable allegations, noting that the party sympathized with the PDP over its impending miserable outing during the general elections in 2023.
Kalejaye further stated that the woes of the PDP would be compounded by both its internal wrangling, lack of cohesion, and poor arrangements for national exercise.
He said: “While the APC has since commenced preparations at resolving issues that arose from its primaries, and moving, with all seriousness, to mobilize its members ahead of its proper and civilized campaigns, the PDP is still pouting, and plotting who to blackmail for its unavailable poor results.
“The APC-led-government in Ondo State would remain focused on its responsibilities to the people. Emphasis on good governance is the crux of our decisions. Perhaps, it is imperative to remind the wobbling PDP that Ondo State is too enlightened to fall for lifeless propaganda.”
The Publicity Secretary said PDP would take it upon itself to hold vigil for civil servants that have collected promotion letters, and prayed to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu for their promotion.
He said for the first time in the history of the State, primary school teachers are promoted to Grade Level 16, adding that there existed a recent government in the State that never believed in the promotion of workers.
“The APC would bank on the support and understanding of the people, besides its uncommon level of performance in every sector, to secure landslide victory come 2023.
“We appeal to the opposition party to perish the thoughts of rigging during the elections. There would be no room for such manipulation. We are convinced that we have thus far served the Sunshine State well, despite all challenges, to garner their votes, and would never contemplate cutting corners.”
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