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Nigerians are not deceived, APC is an Islamic party says PDP

As the controversy over the true mission of APC rages, the PDP has insisted that APC was formed solely to promote Islamic tendencies and balkanise Nigeria along religious lines.

The PDP stated that it remains resolute on its position about APC and will not waiver.

In a statement on Wednesday, PDP said that if APC has any form of courage, it should go ahead and make public the list of 35 national officers and their positions.

A statement by PDP National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh,
said “it is shocking that the APC would attempt to hoodwink Nigerians even in the face of incontrovertible facts exposing its religious inclinations and plots to divide the nation along religious lines.”

According to the PDP: “the revelations by an Islamic cleric, Ambassador Yusuf Garba and the Religious Equity Promotion Council (REPC) that APC seeks to impose an agenda like the Egypt Muslim Brotherhood remains a fact that cannot be brushed aside.”

The PDP said that it had to alert Nigerians on APC ugly game plan for the good of the nation.

The statement signed by Olisa Metuh said PDP had to “buttress an alert to Nigerians on the evil machination of the APC with every sense of duty to ensure that Nigeria remains united
as one and not fall to the evil plot of the APC.”

PDP noted that it “remains committed to the interest of all Nigerians irrespective of religious, tribal, ethnic or regional affiliations” adding that it will continue to expose and resist
anything that seeks to cause divisions among the people and
balkanise the country.

The party therefore called on Nigerians not to succumb to the antics
of the APC which, according it said, is now bitter that its plans have
been exposed, but to be alert and ensure that the enemies of the
nation are not allowed to have their way.

AmarSim Associations Development Consultants

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