Buhari is Weak And Tired, Let Him go Home And Rest – PDP
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari, is weak and tired, and therefore should be allowed to go on May 29, 2019.
The PDP National Chairman, Uche Secondus, stated this during a presidential rally of the party at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna on Thursday.
He also sent a note of warning to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not to attempt to rig the coming elections in favour of APC.
Secondus said: “Now is the time for you to take a stand and firmly too, to know that it is time for us to ask President Buhari to go home. Let him go home. Baba has tried. Let him go home. The energy is no longer there. And we know that by the grace of God, we need somebody with a lot of energy. We need somebody who will work for 24 hours.
“We don’t need Buhari to give this government to a cabal. If you vote for the APC, the cabal will still be in control. There will be hunger in the land. The man is weak. President Buhari is weak. He cannot rule. We advise him to go home.
“They have been sleeping on duty, that is why we have security problem in the country. They have been sleeping; that is why we have hunger in the land. Now, it is time for us to ask President Buhari to go home. Let him go home, he has tried.
“We need somebody who has experience in the private and public sectors with a lot of capacity and competence. When Atiku comes, he will provide jobs and food on your tables.”
Secondus charged them to vote PDP candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, promising that he will fulfill his campaign promises if elected.
Speaking, Atiku said with him on board as the President, he would not only tackle insecurity in the land, he would also return the country to the path of progress.
He said, “The APC lied to Nigerians. They promised to revamp the economy in 2015. Today, Nigeria is said to be the headquarters of poverty. The APC promised to tackle security challenges if elected but have they fulfilled the promise? Today, there are security challenges in the North-West, North-East and the North-Central.”