Recall that Naija News had earlier reported that the Minister of Information accused the opposition party of mobilizing Boko Haram.
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The party in a statement through its spokesman, Kola Ologbondiyan, stated that the Minister of Information exposed complicity at a very high level of the All Progressives Congress government.
Ologbondiyan stated that the Minister showed a high level of desperation by the APC ahead of the forthcoming general election in the country.
He further stated that Nigerians must hold President Buhari responsible for any escalation of violence in our nation.
“It is imperative to state that the PDP finds the claims of Alhaji Lai Mohammed, irresponsible and ludicrous. It is just a measure for building the ground for framing up and arrest of leading members of the opposition as he has just confirmed our concerns.
“Severally, we have alerted the nation that the APC and the Buhari Presidency, having come to the reality of their imminent and disgraceful loss at the polls have embarked on a strategy to foment crisis in our dear nation and blame the opposition.
“The PDP, as known to all Nigerians and the world is a party that preaches and function by peace. We have conducted rallies in many states and geo-political zones without a record of violence. The APC cannot make a similar claim of a peaceful rally in its few attempts at interacting with its members and the public.
“Its party primaries ended in violence and multiple deaths. Its rally in Lagos state ended in a fiasco and recorded fatalities. Its Presidential candidate is known all over the world for inciting supporters against peace-loving Nigerians when he said that baboon and dogs will soak in their blood.
“On behalf of Nigerians, we thank Alhaji Lai Mohammed for mustering the courage to bring the nefarious plans of the APC to the public. The PDP and Nigerians are prepared for a peaceful election in defence of our democracy.”
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