Igbo Presidency Under PDP Unrealistic, Says APC
Ahead of the plans by South-East Governors Forum to hold a grand rally in Enugu next weekend to drum up support for the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has declared that a President of Igbo extraction under the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is not possible.
Spokesman of the APC in South-East, Osita Okechukwu, stated this shortly after he voted at the ward congress of the party in Central School, Ekeh, Enugu State.
He said: “APC’s victory in 2015 presidential election is certain for the election is a referendum on President Goodluck Jonathan’s regime, a regime which metaphor is corruption and poor performance.
“And it will be painful if the hard -working Igbo people are not part of this historic victory. Ndigbo should not blame any group for marginalisation.
“As our people say, Ndigbo should count the payback vis-a vis the unalloyed support they gave the corrupt and inept leadership of President Jonathan and the PDP as a party in the last decade”.
He went on: “Is it the political motivated ground breaking 2nd Niger Bridge fanfare that is not in any federal budget or the make believe Enugu International Airport? Can we in all honesty trust a president who cannot complete his own road – the East-West Road in the last four years?
“Is charity not supposed to start at home? We cannot be deceived twice”.
Saying that it was still early for Ndigbo to join the moving progressive train, The APC spokesman warned that voting for Jonathan would be akin to “selling our birthright for mess of porridge”.
He maintained that under PDP, a president of Igbo extraction cannot materialise before 2027 while voting for APC would guarantee Ndigbo president on or before 2023.
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