Minority Leader of the House of Representatives Ndudi Elumelu has expressed that Nigerians were looking up to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to rescue them from the crisis the All Progressives Congress (APC), which it said has plunged them int suffering.
Elumelu stressed the needs for an amicable resolution of the current crisis rocking the main opposition party.
He insisted that the crisis was capable of eroding the confidence of Nigerians on the party.
He stated this while speaking at the 92nd National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the PDP in Abuja on Saturday.
Elumelu stated that Nigerians are fed up with the APC-led government and looking up to the PDP to salvage the nation.
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He urged the PDP to put it’s house in order to be able to do that.
He regretted at a time Nigerians were looking up to the PDP the party has been witnessing serious leadership turbulence in the last few weeks.
According to him: “Naysayers and cynics who do not wish Nigeria well, including agents of the incompetent, oppressive and divisive All Progressives Congress (APC) and its administration had expected us to implode, factionalize and founder.
“But today, the PDP has once again proved pessimists wrong in our standing as one united, indivisible and indissoluble family, without factions, despite the challenges we face.
“Instead of diminishing us, these challenges have reignited our passion to jettison all personal and sectional interest to come together to strengthen our common front for task ahead.
“They have reinforced and toughened our collective resolve to close ranks and focus on our responsibility to rescue our nation from the misrule of the APC.”