APC asks PDP to Shelve Kwara Campaign Rally in Honour of Murdered Yobe Students

National chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Bisi Akande

 The APC is asking the PDP to allow President Jonathan sufficient time to mourn the tragedies in Yobe, Maiduguri and Adamawa states

The Kwara state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has called on President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to shelve the planned campaign visit of the President to Kwara state on Monday, describing it as ‘insensitive’ ‘ill-timed’ and ‘utterly inhumane’.

In a statement issued by its state Interim Publicity Secretary, Suleiman Olatunji Buhari, the party described the invitation extended to President Jonathan by the state’s PDP as “insensitive, ill-timed and utterly inhumane”.

According to the APC, the PDP should allow Mr President sufficient time to mourn the monumental tragedies in Yobe, Maiduguri and Adamawa states.

Mr. Buhari said, “May we remind these insensitive politicians in the state, the President and all those irrelevant politicians that he seeks to rehabilitate in the state that the saner thing to do by all patriotic Nigerians is to feel and act sober, draw the grief-stricken people together, share in their pains and attempt to restore hope in the almost hopeless situation that parts of the country have been thrown into.

“We therefore call on our peace loving President to turn down the request of these desperate politicians to further justify his well-known position that no individual ambition worths the blood of a single Nigerian.”


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