03 Feb Don’t Trust PDP with Power Again, Sen. Adeola tells Nigerians .
Senator Solomon Adeola(APC -Lagos West) has called on Nigerians to reject the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP)in the Feb. 16 polls for laying the foundation of the mess that Nigeria is facing today.
The senator who made the call in Lagos while addressing party faithful ,stakeholders and residents in Agege area of the state added that the PDP and its presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar had no sincere intentions to promote the development of the country.
” PDP had 16 years were trusted with power to put the country on the path of sustainable development but instead looted and misgovern the nation with massive human suffering and misery for a disappointed nation” he stated.
The senator, who is seeking re-election, pointed out that massive corruption, lawlessness, and leadership ineptitude were the hallmarks of the PDP administration adding that the plan by Atiku to sell the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to his friends and pardon treasury looters clearly showed he wanted to be president to protect certain interests that ruined the country in the past.
The senator advised citizens to vote for APC and President Muhammad Buhari as he had shown the commitment ,capacity and integrity to move the country forward.
“The PDP and its candidate, Atiku are saying they want to get Nigeria working again. The question we should ask them is :Who brought us here? They governed for 16years and they plundered our resources for themselves , their friends and their families ,neglecting the people.”he stated.
Speaking on Buhari’s achievements, Adeola said the president had executed a good number of infrastructural projects to make lives better for Nigerians like the Lagos -Ibadan rail project ,the Second -Niger Bridge and Warri-Itakpe rail project among others adding that APC administration had also implemented policies and programmes such as N-power for graduate employment, School Feeding Programme, TraderMoni, Anchor Borrowers programme and others to impact on the lives of citizens.
Representatives of religious, professional and interest groups were also present at the interactive meeting with the senator.
Adeola had embarked on a street-to-street campaign of the area earlier in the day before the meeting