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APC: PDP paid price of impunity in Taraba

Following the tribunal’s declaration of Mrs. Aisha Alhassan, a minister designate, as the winner of the April 11 governorship election in Taraba State, the All…

Following the tribunal’s declaration of Mrs. Aisha Alhassan, a minister designate, as the winner of the April 11 governorship election in Taraba State, the All Progressives Congress (APC) said the judgment was the harvesting of impunity planted by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the past years.
The ruling party said the main opposition party should not blame anyone but itself, for whatever tragedy has now befallen it, adding that the PDP has always been a party of anything goes, hence its tumbling from the pinnacle of power at the centre, and now losing whatever remains of its crumbled empire.
APC National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Muhammed, in a statement released in Lagos, yesterday, said the PDP was only trifling by attributing the Taraba State election tribunal judgment to a supposed manipulation from the Presidency.
“President Muhammadu Buhari as well as his party, the APC, are strong believers in the rule of law, as against the rule of impunity, hence will never manipulate the judiciary for whatever reason.
“The PDP is clearly aware of this, but has chosen to blame everyone but itself, for the fate that has befallen it. The PDP should have known that it will pay for its years of impunity and recklessness. For this party, the chicken has now come home to roost.
 “PDP should leave the judiciary, the Presidency and the APC alone, and accept responsibility for its actions,” the statement said.
 

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