PDP campaign strategy: APC spread fake news – Atiku’s group
The Atiku Presidential Campaign Organisation (APCO) has reacted to a document circulating online allegedly disclosing the campaign strategy of Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate, Abubakar after his meetings with party leaders in Dubai.
Leadership reports that the spokesman of APCO, Segun Sowunmi, claimed that the fake document is the handiwork of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The spokesman said: “We find it extremely unfortunate that a party that has now been known for forgery has forged an itinerary that the PDP and Atiku knows nothing about. We want to plead with them that they are the ones that got the documents and manufactured it.
”For a political party that is in the habit of manufacturing fake results, one is not surprised that they could also come up with a fake list of things that PDP wants to do.
“They might be looking for where we hid our strategy but our strategy is very simple. We are coming to the Nigerian people with an agenda that will liberate them from the lackluster situation that the APC has put us through in the last three years.
”Therefore Nigerians know we are going to create jobs, open up the economy, unite and secure them and we will be civil about it.
”Nigerians also know that we will restructure the country and we are going to be serious about it. Nigerians know we are going to build a consensus about our attitude. Nigerians know that we will obey the rule of law and not lock up people in disregard of the rule of law and court orders.
“Nigerians know that we have a very serious leader that neither play with words or bandy words. Our leader is not sensational about leadership he rolls up his sleeves and gets the job done.
”And Nigerians knows that a vote for Atiku will make their lives a lot more meaningful, let’s get Nigeria working again and forget about the APC and their capacity to come up with all sorts of fake things. I am sure that if you go through the entire gamut of the APC architecture you will find out that most of them have a lot of fake certificates.”
Meanwhile, we had reported that former vice president and the PDP presidential candidate for the 2019 general elections, Atiku Abubakar, gave an update on his campaign as he seeks the votes of Nigerians in next year polls.
He posted a photo of himself on his social media pages reviewing his campaign policy document as Nigerians await the commencement of the presidential campaigns next month.
Atiku was then in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, where he was spending the holiday with his family ahead of the rigorous campaign which is expected to take him to the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, seeking for Nigerians’ votes.