There will be more confusion in PDP’s camp before 2023 – Femi Adesina
Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, says the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will continue to wallow in confusion ahead of the 2023 general election.
He spoke Tuesday on a Channels Television programme after governors elected on the PDP platform said that the Presidential Villa, Abuja has become a place where some “coerced PDP members are paraded at intervals”, noting that the Muhammadu Buhari presidency was deploying “underhand tactics to arm-twist” its governors.
Reacting to the claim, Adesina said that the PDP had yet to see anything as more of their members would switch allegiance to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) before the next general election.
“Between now and 2023, there would be more confusion in their ranks and there would be more depletions in their ranks, so that is why they say anything.
“However, anything illogical, and inconsequential they say. We were in this country when President Obasanjo was in power and the BOT meeting of the PDP used to hold at the presidential villa.
“We were here when President Yar’adua, when President Jonathan was there, they held meetings at the presidential villa. What are they talking about really?
“When APC dwindles from 24 governors to 19, do you hear a whimper from PDP one day rejoicing? It is all because they are losing ground that they are saying all these things. It is the way of politics,” Adesina said.