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The Real Reasons Nigerians Chased Out Buhari With Stones From Ogun State, Osinbajo Mentioned

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Monday, has reacted to the violence that broke out at the All Progressives Congress, APC, Presidential rally for President Muhammadu Buhari, in Ogun State, today.

In a veiled reference to the Trader-Moni Scheme, anchored by Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, the main opposition party noted that Nigerians could not be bought with N10,000, hence the violence unleashed at the Abeokuta, Ogun State Presidential rally of the APC, on Monday.

On its verified Twitter handle, the PDP said that the violence was a direct result of the four years of alleged misrule of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The PDP said: “The public pelting and jeering at Buhari and his APC, during his election campaign rally, in Abeokuta, Ogun State, is a direct response by Nigerians to his four years misrule, as depicted in the expansion of poverty, corruption, divisiveness, and bloodletting in our nation.

“It is instructive to note that Mr. President was pelted in Abeokuta, barely 24-hours after his Zamfara State rally, on Sunday, where he attempted to incite Nigerians to join the APC in their planned resort to violence, to derail the 2019 general election.”

The PDP added that: “The people of Ogun State, and indeed, the South-West, have shown that they are in direct alignment with other States and geopolitical zones of our country, in rejecting President Buhari and VP Osinbajo, whose administration has foisted so much pain and anguish on Nigerians.

“Mr. President can now see that Nigerians cannot be bought with N10,000, as he was made to believe by the Vice President, Osinbajo, and members of the cabal in his Presidency.

“The PDP therefore, urges Buhari and the APC, to read the handwriting on the wall, and get ready to accept his inevitable defeat, so that Nigerians can have a breath of fresh air under the leadership of Atiku , whose campaign has continued to receive rousing reception.”


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