APC set to sack PDP from Abia Govt House – Senator Adighije

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Senator Chris Adighije, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Abia state, has declared that his party is determined to form the next government in the state by 2019.

He lamented that the people of Abia state have not had it good under the present Peoples Democratic Party, PDP-led administration in the state, describing Governor Okezie Ikpeazu’s three years in office as total catastrophe.

Adighije, who made the declaration in a chat with DAILY POST on Wednesday, lambasted Governor Ikpeazu for his inability to fix the infrastructural decay in some part of the state.

He expressed displeasure at the current plight of Abia civil servants occasioned by the backlog of salaries owed to them by the state government, calling on the people of the state to end the PDP maladministration in Abia in the 2019 general elections, by obtaining their permanent voter cards, PVCs, and vote the party out.

According to the politician,”You know the PDP has collapsed. And all efforts to resuscitate the party is rather bringing negative results right from here in Abia and the nation at large.

“Because more than three years in office of the PDP-led government in Abia, they have nothing to show on ground. It has been a disaster for our people here in Abia state and of course overall.

“And that is why they are left with now twelve states or there about, from being a party that was to rule Nigeria for sixteen years, PDP is now scratching and scrolling, beginning to beg to retain Abia.

“It wasn’t like that before. Now they know there is a virile opposition, waiting to pluck the low-hanging fruit, called the PDP. APC is a strong and focused party in Abia, with determined men and women who have sympathy for pensioners, who have sympathy for workers who don’t receive their salaries as at when due. Who have sympathy for the people who used their vehicle to ply the roads, as if they are farm tractors.

“Most of the cars in Abia now are tractors in the farm because of very bad roads. No hospitals in the state anymore. No local clinics that can serve people. The entire infrastructure has decayed and has become decorated billboards, asking people to vote them again.

“So, PDP is a low-hanging fruit. The only thing is that we don’t want to know whether is a good fruit or bad fruit. But whatever it is, fruit is a fruit. When it is ripe for removal, must be removed,” Adighije said.

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