According to the Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), recent events within the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) have demonstrated the existence of the organization’s proprietary technique for dispersing dubious cash.
Festus Keyamo, the Council’s director of public affairs and spokesperson, made this claim in a statement released on Friday in response to a PDP-attributed claim that the APC was not prepared to rule Nigeria.
He claimed that over the past several weeks, the PDP has amused Nigerians with scandalous matters that demonstrated the party’s continued danger or threat to Nigeria’s equity and treasury.
Keyamo noted that the public space has been inundated with allegations made by no less a person than a prominent Governor of the PDP accusing its National Chairman, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu of being patently corrupt and allegedly collecting a bribe of N1 billion from one of its candidates.
The spokesperson noted that the said governor even threatened to ‘reveal more if there was a denial.
Keyamo stressed that Ayu was yet to deny or debunk this allegation for fear of being stripped totally bare in public.
He queried: “Is this the party that claims it is ready for governance and that Nigerians can trust? A party without any iota of shame?”
The spokesperson, therefore, called on the PDP to desist from its hallucinations and concentrate on rescuing itself before even thinking of ‘rescuing’ Nigeria.
He said the country was yet to recover from that trauma and the PDP was still showing that its patented technology for sharing sleazy funds was alive.
Keyamo stated: “It appears all their pipelines for siphoning and redistributing public funds are still very much intact and are, in fact, steaming to return to full operation.
“We advise the PDP to desist from its hallucinations and concentrate on rescuing itself before even thinking of ‘rescuing’ Nigeria.”