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Ahead of next year’s general election, Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki has called on Nigerians against supporting the All Progressives Congress (APC) in 2023 saying that Nigerians cannot survive another tenure of the ruling party.
The governor raised the alarm that the country would break if APC presidential candidate Bola Tinubu succeeds President Muhammadu Buhari.
Obaseki made these remarks at the inauguration of the Edo State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Campaign Council which was monitored by Africa Daily News, New York which was monitored by Africa Daily News, New York.
The governor said the Nigeria’s debt would soon hit N60trillion, a situation that would affect generations.
‘Our heads should be examined as citizens if we contemplate voting for a government like APC.
‘Like I said, God forbid APC comes into power. This country will break up…his country will fail.’
Obaseki stressed that ‘nobody has done the kind of damage the APC government has done’.
The governor told party members and supporters that he does not know how the nation will recover.
Obaseki said his heart was “beating”, and that by the time PDP’s Atiku Abubakar wins, “we will not be able to sleep day and night”
‘The debt of Nigeria is going to N60trillion. When are we going to get out of it?
‘Every day, every month they are printing (money). When I spoke more than a year ago, I did not know it was as bad as this.
‘What will happen to the naira, only God will help us. They have destroyed the bases of this country’, he declared.
Also speaking yesterday, Edo State Governor, Obaseki wrote off the chances of the Labour Party and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi as far as the 2023 general elections, saying that his followers will only labour in vain.
The governor said Obi’s supporters popularly known as “Obidients” will soon run out of steam.
He also said no right-thinking person will vote in the All Progressives Congress and its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, adding that Nigeria will break if APC wins the 2023 presidential election.