PDP accuses Buhari, APC of plots to garnishee accounts of party stakeholders

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has raised an alarm alerting of unwholesome moves by the presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to rope in and implicate critical stakeholders of the party perceived to be against the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan who made this known in a statement said it is aware that frivolous court orders are being procured to actualise the plan.

The full text of the PDP statement is reproduced below

November 13, 2018
Press Statement

2019: PDP Accuses Buhari, APC of Plotting to Liquidate Party’s, Stakeholders’ Accounts
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) alerts of moves by the Muhammadu Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to procure frivolous court orders from compromised judicial officers to garnishee accounts belonging to PDP and critical stakeholders, perceived to be against the President’s re-election bid.
The PDP is already aware of how instructions have been given to certain agencies of government to trail and throw up fabrications in order to create an impression of financial infractions around the said accounts.
Already, accounts belonging to critical stakeholders are being frisked with a view to have them liquidated ahead of the general elections.
It is clear that the only reason for this is to ensure that our party and candidates are deprived of access to funds for campaigns, but the APC and the Buhari Presidency fail to realize that the 2019 election is now a battle between them and Nigerians, who are the bastion of the PDP.
Nigerians have since taken over the saddle for the quest to rid the nation of this incompetent, vicious and vengeful administration, for which they are now freely making contributions and sacrifices. They have collectively resolved to vote out President Buhari and not even the APC’s on-going vote-buying strategy and intimidation can scuttle that resolve.
Kola Ologbondiyan
National Publicity Secretary

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