A former member of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Prof. Jerry Gana has said the ruling party All Progressive Congress (APC) is indirectly campaigning for PDP through bad governance.
Prof Gana said this on Monday while he led one of the aspirants of the National Chairman of the party, Prof. Tunde Adeniran, to a consultative meeting with the North-West delegates ahead of the December 9 national convention of the party.
He added that the people are eagerly waiting for PDP to bounce back as Nigerians are tired of the APC led government.
The former information minister admitted that the party made mistakes during its 16 years at the helm of affairs, adding that the party had learnt its lessons.
Gana noted that the party had a duty to satisfy the yearnings of many hopeless Nigerians who had seen the PDP as an alternative platform to take over power in 2019.
He told the delegates to use their votes wisely to elect a leader that would take the party to the promise land.
“Secondly, here is a man, if elected, the ruling APC will not mount a witch-hunt (against him) over corruption charges, and lastly, because as one of the founding fathers of the party, he will move the programme of the party forward.”