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More your our members coming to APC soon, Femi Adesina tells PDP govs

The Presidency, on Tuesday, lampooned the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for saying that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has turned the Presidential villa into its headquarters.

The PDP governors at their meeting, in Bauchi, on Monday, had accused the APC of ‘parading’ coerced PDP members who defected into the ruling party.

However, while reacting from the United Kingdom (UK) in a television interview, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, chided the PDP governors for belly-aching over the misfortune of their party.

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Mr. Adesina claimed some of them (PDP governors) come to the Villa at night unannounced.

According to him, some PDP governors have been talking with the APC leadership on plans to defect, saying that many of them would quit their party, next year, when President Buhari begins to inaugurate projects.

According to Mr. Adesina, “There will be a massive unveiling of infrastructure come 2022; starting from commissioning of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway which the PDP could not achieve in 16 years, to the AKK Pipeline and so many highways.

“These massive projects will make a lot of PDP governors to join the APC.”

The presidential spokesman described the PDP as a beleaguered party in total confusion.

“Between now and 2023, there will be more confusion in the party. No one makes noise when they (PDP) were holding BoT (Board of Trustees) meetings during Obasanjo (Olusegun) Yar’Adua (Umaru) and Jonathan (Goodluck) regimes. Why are they complaining now?”

Commenting on  President Buhari’s trip to the UK, Mr. Adesina said that the countries battling with out-of-school children would be discussing on how to tackle the issue.

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President Buhari and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, he said, were scheduled to meet on the sideline of the event.

On insecurity, he said there were challenges in certain areas but that doesn’t mean good things have not been happening in the country.

Mr. Adesina continued, “These challenges are being tackled; just like many other countries are facing challenges. All the security challenges are being taken as a whole; we are also working on infrastructure massively and tackling insecurity massively.”