Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, has come under fire from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which claims that his obsession with the APC exposes him as a confused and uneasy paper candidate.
APC presidential candidate Atiku is intimidated by Atiku and the accomplishments of the PDP, which stare him in the face in mortal fear of failure ahead of the 2023 general elections, the party claimed in a warning to Tinubu not to divert attention from the main issues of the failures of the APC government by making disparaging remarks about the PDP.
The party described Tinubu as a significant burden to the APC and revealed that as a result of him, millions of APC members are leaving the party every day for the PDP across the nation, with over five million APC members leaving in the past month alone.
The PDP claimed that the APC was no longer in power in a statement released by its spokesman, Hon. Debo Ologunagba. "The PDP is not only alive and existing, as Asiwaju Tinubu acknowledged in his statement, but it is also strong, united, and focused on its mission to Rescue, Rebuild, and Redirect our nation from the misrule of the APC," the PDP said.
“It is distressing that Asiwaju Tinubu speaks like someone under the influence with incoherent discourse and absence of mind that further expose a lack of capacity for leadership especially at the Presidential level.
“It is rather shameful that the APC Presidential Candidate alluded to the nation’s railway system which was revitalized by the PDP administration but painfully surrendered to terrorists and bandits by the APC government.
“From his incoherent discourse, the APC Presidential Candidate appears to be battling with issues of ethical challenges and ineligibility to contest election on account of inconsistencies in his educational qualifications, name, ancestry, age, corruption allegations among myriads of issues.
“Moreover, Nigerians have realized the futility of Asiwaju’s non-existent and heavily concocted achievements, influence, leadership prowess and skills.”