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Dokpesi: Nigeria more divided under APC than during civil war

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Raymond Dokpesi has lamented that Nigeria has become more polarized than ever under the watch of All Progressive Congress (APC)-led government.

Aspirant for the National Chairmanship of Peoples Democratic Party {PDP }, Raymond Dokpesi has lamented that Nigeria has become more polarized than ever under the watch of All Progressive Congress (APC)-led government.

Dokpesi while speaking to journalists at a PDP rally in Marmara, in Nasarawa State at the weekend, said the country has become more divided under APC than it was during its civil war.

Dokpesi said his party {PDP} was able to hold the country together and that it remains the only party that has the capacity to deal with the issues of uniting and stabilizing the country.

Dokpesi said PDP is the only political party that has the expertise to resuscitate Nigeria’s ailing economy under APC.

“We must be very, very, hopeful; we must look to the future with a lot of prayers.

I believe that PDP is the only party that can provide the support; that can provide a rejuvenation of the Nigerian economy; that can really deal with the issues of unity and stability.

This country is more divided than it was during the civil war”, he said.

Dokpesi pointed out that Nigerians would have a better country when PDP returns to power in 2019.

The PDP rally in Nassarawa was at the behest of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Walid Jubril.

Jubril used the occassion to call for unity within the party.

He said the party needs to come to terms with its current situation and work towards achieving peace and reposition itself for future election victories.

To achieve this Jubril believes  the party must do away with the culture of impunity and imposition.

He said members must begin to subject themselves to the will of the party.

“Our party needs to run away completely from impunity. 

“We have to be able to accept the reality of the situation that we are in today and forget about all our differences and ensure that this party remains unbeatable party”, he said. 

He added that PDP has all the ingredients to rule Nigeria again. 

Jubril said reconciliation talks are on with former National Chairman, Ali Modu Sheriff; optimistic that the party would soon resolve the crisis within.

Dokpesi’s candidacy for the coveted seat of National Chairman of PDP is reinforced in Nassarawa as he garners more endorsements from party leaders and delegates in the State. ‎

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