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Learn issue-based campaigns from us, PDP tells APC

A statement by PDP national publicity secretary Olisa Metuh yesterday said while the PDP has been showcasing its numerous achievements in all sectors of the nation’s life, the APC has dwelt on propaganda, political mudslinging and empty promises to the people.
The PDP described as laughable and diversionary the recent statement by the APC “wherein it made a failed attempt to launder its poor image by trying to tutor on issue-based campaign, which it has blatantly refused to practice.”
“It is indeed public knowledge that the PDP campaigns, press releases and utterances of our officials have always focused on issues that promote the development, unity and prosperity of our dear nation. This cannot be said of the APC which dwells on abuses, promotion of violence and posting of lies, ostensibly due to its lack of manifesto.
“APC press statements and those of their leaders have always been laced with bitterness, insults and inciting comments, symptomatic of frustrated and disgruntled elements desperate for power,” the PDP said.
The party noted that in keeping with its ideology and strict adherence to democratic tenets and good conduct, it has based its campaigns on record of verifiable achievements and road-map for a more prosperous future in line with the visions of its founding fathers.
The party said the APC has failed to articulate any manifesto to back up its much “orchestrated change slogan,” adding that the PDP would never be distracted but maintain a high moral ground in ensuring a united and peaceful nation.

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