APC lied about Atiku’s campaign DG defecting ― PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organization (PPCO) in Saturday has denied, as an outright lie, claims by President Muhammadu Buhari, in a tweet, that a purported Director General in the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign for the North East has decamped to the All Progressives Congress (APC).

A statement issued by the campaign’s spokesman, Kola Ologbodiyan, in Abuja said that it is unfortunate that, in the desperation to deceive Nigerians and create an impression that he is recovering from his diminished popularity, President Buhari would descend to sponsoring fake news in the social media.

It explained: “For the avoidance of doubt, our Campaign Organization does not have a Director General in the North East as claimed in the malicious tweet. Our Campaign structure only has Zonal Coordinators and our Zonal Coordinator in the North East is Governor Ibrahim Dankwambo of Gombe state.

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“Moreover, Senator Saidu Kumo, who President Buhari is celebrating, as having dumped the Atiku Abubakar campaign to join his re-election bid, has never had anything to do with our Presidential campaign and has never been assigned any role, as nobody with corruption case is allowed any role in our campaign structure.

“Nigerians can now see how President Buhari and APC who claim to be fighting corruption is embracing and celebrating persons with corruption cases and luring such persons to join President Buhari’s self-succession bid with the promise to discharge their cases that are pending in court.”

The PPCO, therefore, urged Nigerians to disregard the claims by the Buhari Presidency and henceforth not rely on, but always thoroughly examine all information coming from the Buhari Campaign Organization as they have proven to be purveyors of fake news.

It assured all Nigerians, particularly its teeming supporters in the North East that the party’s Presidential Campaign structure is completely intact and rallying with Nigerians in their national consensus to vote in Atiku Abubakar as the next President of Nigeria.

“No amount of fabrications by the Buhari Presidency can change this reality,” then party declared.

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  2. IRon MiGo says

    I said it! government in power should not be struggling with campaign the way apc is Doing. It’s more like apc are the opposition party right now.
    Common to campaign on what they have done, and what they have to offer next, rather they are busy claiming defection which only happened in their imaginations.

  3. Peter Otubu says

    No body is bordered about these defectors, their families don’t even come out on elections days to vote why should we be worried about their defections they are political prostitute

  4. Msheliza Yusuf says

    Don’t worry u will believe it wen everybody decamp foolS

  5. Anita Edidiong Mkpufin says

    APC don’t have truth I’m their mouth, must they lie?

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    Forget about his portfolio, did he or did he not defect?

  8. Peter Otubu says

    Why cant you use decent language?

  9. Theophilus Tyav says

    They complain about fake news and they’re the ones spreading fake propaganda as news.

  10. Feyitimi Tosin says

    Theophilus Tyav are you so gullible to believe Kola Ologbodiyan?

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