We Will Sweep Out PDP in 2015 – Buhari
Former head of state and a one of the front liners in the yet to be registered opposition All Progressives Congress, (APC) Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has said that the merger of four opposition parties will sweep the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from power in 2015.
Buhari, who spoke yesterday at a rally in Kagoro, southern Kaduna, when hundreds of people from the area trooped out to receive him and other leaders of the APC stated that Nigeria has been governed by thieves since the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) came into power in 1999, adding that the APC will bury the PDP in 2015.
The CPC presidential candidate in the 2011 polls, charged Nigerians to reject the ruling party at the 2015 general elections and embrace the All Progressive Congress (APC) to herald a new dawn in the country.
Buhari said Nigeria had been in the hands of thieves from 1999 till date, “and we are determined to ensure that the party called PDP is buried come 2015”.
According to him, “The issue of merger has been on since 2007 by people who are serious about saving the Nigerian state. We are coming together to get PDP out of sight. This is absolutely necessary because the system needs to be stabilised. There is the need for us to come together; go back to our constituencies and save Nigeria democratically. This means that we have to make sure that the system conducts a very credible and free and fair election. And we are going to win the 2015 election. We are confident with our people.”
“All that we inherited before 1999 have all gone down the drain. We are hearing of the stealing in the country in billions. There is outright theft by the ruling PDP,” Buhari declared.
The rally organised by the Conference of Opposition Political Parties of Southern Kaduna saw residents at the colourful ceremony sang various songs, including “Goodbye PDP.”
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