Judgment Review: APC asks ‘jobless’ PDP leaders to engage in Rice Farming


The ruling All Progressives Congress APC has asked the Peoples Democratic Party PDP to engage in rice farming as a way out of its current joblessness rather than attempting to ask the Supreme Court to review the 2019 general elections outcome.

“At this period that our government is working hard to ensure food sufficiency in the country, we urge those jobless characters at the Wadata House to seriously consider taking up rice farming. This would make them useful for our country”, APC said in a statement by its spokesman, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu.

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Onilu said the call by the PDP, asking the Supreme Court to review its rulings on the Presidential Election and governorship elections in Osun, Kano, Kaduna and Katsina States, “has, once again, exposed the joke the opposition party has turned itself into in our nation’s political space”.

According to the ruling party, never in the history of Nigeria’s democratic journey has a political party made mockery of what a responsible opposition politics entails.

“The PDP’s call has once again, reinforced our party’s belief that the PDP has become a clog in the wheels of our country’s political evolution”.

“For the All Progressives Congress (APC), PDP’s latest antics is no surprise. Nigerians would recall that we have consistently reiterated that the opposition party, having been overwhelmingly rejected at the polls in 2015 and 2019, has been exhibiting strange behaviours.

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“We believe it has been difficult for some leaders of PDP to cope for so long outside of power. There is obviously a lot of idleness at the Wadata House Secretariat of PDP”, he added.

Source: Vanguard News

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