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PDP afraid of losing polls, says Oyo APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State explained yesterday why the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was scheming for the postponement of next month’s election, saying it was afraid of the defeat that stared it in the face.
It described the call for postponement as “a shameful ploy by the PDP to remain in power beyond May 29”.
Ibadan, the state capital, is agog for the campaign of the party’s presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) today.

The city, particularly Mapo Hall, where Buhari, his running mate, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, and other party leaders will converge today to address supporters and admirers, is set and glowing.
In a statement yesterday by its Director of Publicity and Strategy, Olawale Sadare, APC said the coast was becoming clearer daily for its candidate, thereby instilling fear into the PDP.
This imminent defeat, the party said, accounts for why the PDP is exploring the option of poll shift.
“The 2015 presidential election is a national project inspired by the collective urge to reclaim Nigeria from hawks and it has a divine backing.
“Apart from a few who are obviously driven by undue sentiments, Nigerians are passionate about choosing a new president in  Muhammadu Buhari .
“As the date of the presidential poll draws nearer, the coast is becoming clearer for the APC, hence the palpable fear in the camp of the PDP elements who are doing everything to stop the impending change after their fruitless 16-year stay in power.
“But the Change is unstoppable notwithstanding the hypocrisy from President Jonathan, dirty politics from the PDP leadership and threat of violence from few beneficiaries of a corrupt and clueless government.
“As the Buhari/Osinbajo wind of change is blowing across the country, we urge Nigerians desirous of good governance and efficient management to avoid complacency.
“We need to mobilise many people to vote for APC . We urge the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to provide PVCs for the electorate.”
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