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PDP Expresses Willingness to Merge with Other Parties | Admits the Party is Imperfect

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Olisa Metuh

National Public Secretary of PDP, Olisa Metuh, recently took to Twitter to share a heartfelt statement about the party.

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  1. Naked

    May 18, 2015 at 8:44 am

    Really! I thought they call theirselve the biggest political party in Africa? “How the mighty has fallen” now dem dey find person to join body. I will prefer a new and different party like KOWA to become the opposition rather than have pdp around. Honestly the damage pdp has done to the Nigerian state in the past 16 years is unforgivable.

  2. Missy J

    May 18, 2015 at 10:19 am

    “We are ready to listen to you and hear what you think” “We want to run a new PDP that welcomes criticism and sees it as a necessity to make amends”.

    No wonder Nigeria was stagnant. So all this while you ran a government allergic to criticism and closed your ears to useful suggestions.

    Good moves but I don’t see PDP rising in the next 16 years that’s if APC do their homework. Left me PDP won’t smell power ever again, we got other parties.

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