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‘Hold Jonathan responsible if election is shifted again’

Chief Nkire, who spoke in Abuja after a meeting of the APC Board of Trustees, said it was obvious that the PDP induced the postponement…

Chief Nkire, who spoke in Abuja after a meeting of the APC Board of Trustees, said it was obvious that the PDP induced the postponement of the elections in order to demoralize and frustrate APC members and other Nigerians who were ready to vote for the party and vote out the ‘non-performing’ PDP.  
Nkire urged Nigerians to watch out for PDP’s next move as according to him the PDP members were now celebrating their success in postponing the election as well as planning their next move which is yet unknown to Nigerians.  
The former National Chairman of the Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) told the international community and foreign embassies in Nigeria not to be cowed by the recent order by the PDP-led government barring them from speaking about its atrocities against Nigerians.  
Nkire said the world was now a global village where freedom of expression was practiced, advising the PDP- Federal Government to desist from dragging the image of Africa’s largest nation to the mud in its frantic effort to remain in power, even when it had become obvious that the people of Nigeria had rejected them for poor performance.  
The APC chieftain further advised the Nigerian military to do everything in its power and means to encourage and raise the moral of the average soldier so that the military could keep its promise of creating the enabling environment for elections in six weeks, as according to him, anything less may put the country into constitutional confusion.

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