Tuesday, 17 November 2015

After 6 months I wish PDP will shut up about why they lost election and just move on!

doyin okupe on why pdp lost the election

I wish all these PDP people will just shut up about why they or Jonathan lost the election.It has been 6 months now,move on already and let us get on with the new Nigeria.Hindsight is always a wonderful thing,but when its 6 months gone,it starts to get annoying.
Yesterday, the Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs to former President Goodluck Jonathan Okupe took to Facebook to give his own reasons why the PDP failed in the general
He wrote on his wall:

“The impression created in the media recently that the candidacy of Goodluck Jonathan was an error is itself a grand fallacy, which totally undermined the whole truth about the sanctity and correctness of the wisdom of the PDP National Executive Committee, which made and ratified that decision.

“All over the world, when an incumbent signifies intention for a second term, it is customary that the established machinery of the party backs and gratifies such intentions.
“If any error was made, it was firstly the failure of the PDP administration to sack the unfair and compromised electoral officer, who was allowed to conduct the election in spite of his obvious and profuse partisanship.”
 “The second error was the inexplicable acquiescence of the PDP government to the use of the infamous Card Reader, which was skillfully manipulated to the disadvantage of the PDP presidential candidate.
”The third error of the PDP was to have fielded a good, God-fearing and patriotic man, who in spite of his enormous power, the avalanche of deployable arsenal of war at his disposal, transformed himself to be the victim and refused to fight so that his countrymen may live and his nation survived. The situation in Burundi today is highly instructive.
“Certainly, history will treat Goodluck Jonathan as one of the greatest heroes of this generation of African leaders. Definitely not an error by any stretch of imagination.
“I speak today not as a spokesman for Jonathan, an episode and a proud chapter of my life, which has since come to a close. Rather, I speak as a student of history and a veritable stakeholder in the Nigerian project.”

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