PDP Will Be History After 2015 Elections – Latest Naija News
According to Daily Post, Former Yobe state governor and a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bukar Abba Ibrahim, has said that the ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, will go into extinction in Nigeria after the forthcoming general elections.
Ibrahim, who is currently representing Yobe East senatorial district in the upper chamber of the National Assembly, made the statement in Damaturu, capital of Yobe state.
While lauding those who have decamped from the PDP to the APC, he called on other progressive forces and some patriotic Nigerians to do same.
Ibrahim further declared that the APC was going to produce the next president of the country.
“Whoever emerges as the presidential candidate would be credible and trustworthy, because we have established a very concrete internal democracy whereby, everything will be democratically done,” he said.
The Chairman of Senate Committee on Housing added that, “There is no more PDP in Yobe state. In fact, even when there were some people, ANPP was still able to get 99 per cent in the election that took place in 2011 and Insha Allah (God willing), APC will continue to rule the state for another 24 years as far as we agree and work together as envisaged. They (PDP) will be history after 2015 elections.” READ: Who Steals Nigerian Crude Oil? – News in Nigeria