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2023: APC’s N77 Trillion Debt Unacceptable, Evidence of Bad Governance – PDP

…Advises Tinubu to Step Aside from Presidential Race

Delta State campaign Council of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has urged Nigerians to vote out the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the forthcoming general elections for mismanaging the nation’s national resources and for incurring a huge debt peofile of N77 trillion (Seventy seven trillion Naira).

Delta PDP campaign management Committee Spokesman, Latimore Oghenesivbe while speaking to newsmen at PDP campaign rally in Oghara township Stadium, Ethiope West LGA, noted that the APC national government failed to fulfil all promises made to Nigerians especially the inability to solve the problems of insecurity, downward review of petrol pump price and electricity tariff which formed the very basis of electoral victory in 2015 and 2019.

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Latimore Oghenesivbe who is also the Executive Assistant on Communications to the Vice Presidential Candidate of PDP, assured that the presidential candidate of PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and his running mate, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa, are trusted leaders with the wealth of experience required to reset, rebuild Nigeria and the nation’s economy despite the huge damage already done to Nigeria by APC national government.

PDP noted that the APC national government under President Mohmmadu Buhari will leave Nigerians poorer with debt burden of N77 trillion, which translates to acute poverty, hunger and retrogression, while urging eligible voters in Nigeria to vote Atiku and Okowa to reset and to rebuild Nigeria.

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