PDP Will Die in 2023 If - Atiku
The erstwhile Vice-President Atiku Abubakar, yesterday, expressed concerns over the continuity of the Peoples Democratic Party, admitting that losing the 2023 presidential election may send the party into political oblivion.
The aspiring president said that the party might not survive another eight years as an opposition party, Atiku said he was worried that he, alongside the BoT members, would be “retired politically” should another party win the election.
He said, “I am worried and you should be worried too that if we do not win, it means we will be in opposition again for the next eight years.
“By the next eight years, I don’t know how many of us will be left in politics and it may even ultimately lead to the death of the party because people gravitate, particularly in developing countries, towards governments.
“So this is a very crucial and historical moment in history, for our survival.”
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