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Ex-PDP chairman, Baraje Reveals 2023 Election Will Be A Ballot Box Revolt Against APC Misrule

The 2023 general elections, according to Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje, a former national acting chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), will be a revolution against misrule and terrible governance by the All Progressives Congress (APC) governing government.

He bemoaned the current condition of security, the inept management of the economy, and the difficulties inflicted by the incumbent APC government in both the State and the nation at large while speaking on Sunday at a gathering of crucial party stakeholders in Ilorin.

According to Baraje, the PDP stands for the people’s optimism and is ideally situated to save both Nigeria and Kwara from further decline in 2023.

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He urged party officials in the State to band together and work for the party’s victory at all levels in the impending general elections.


Malam Bolaji Abdullahi, the party’s senatorial candidate for Kwara Central in the elections of 2023, urged party leaders and members to put their differences aside and work together for the benefit of the party and the people.

Alhaji Ishiaq Owolabi, the chairman of the PDP in Kwara Central, who welcomed the participants, advocated for harmony and peace while pleading for support for the party’s candidates in the general elections scheduled for the next year.

The party officials discussed pertinent matters at the meeting, such as the PDP’s unity, the quality of government in Kwara, and party preparation for the general elections of 2023.

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Other PDP elders and participants attended the meeting, including Alhaji Rasaq Lawal, Alhaji Oba Ajara, Alhaji Ishola Balogun Fulani, and Barrister Saka Isahu.

Alhaji Saka Kutujifu, Hajia Sarat Adebayo Ibrahim, Iya nKwara, Alhaja Nimota Ibrahim, the PDP State woman leader, Alhaja Risikat Abdullahi, as well as other party stakeholders from the four local government areas that make up Kwara Central — Ilorin West, Ilorin East, Asa, and Ilorin South — were also present. Hon. Wahab Issa.



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