APC blueprint empty, says PDP

By The Citizen

The Peoples Democratic Party has summarised the blueprint of the All Progressives Congress APC, as unfolded Wednesday at the British House of Commons by the leader of the ACN, Bola Tinubu as a basket of empty shells; describing the event as an attempt to deodorize the stench of inadequacies that have dogged the yet to be registered party.

'It was a let down yesterday as the leader of the ACN, Bola Tinubu stunned an international audience with the emptiness he unveiled as the emancipation package of the APC.

It is an agenda grossly lacking in essentials, in fundamentals; deep in cosmetics, devoid of originality, laced with half truths and outright lies and grittily divorced from the substance and incidentals  that ginger national growth. It is a basket of promise filled with shells,' said a statement from the National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Chief Olisa Metuh.

The statement argued that nothing exposed the un-seriousness of Tinubu's presentation than his loud silence on corruption and the alternative roadmap to  the extant security challenges which the opposition coalition has made so much noise about.'

Members of the British parliament must have giggled and waited in vain for Mr. Tinubu to unveil the much vaunted opposition agenda on anti- terrorism and corruption.

Is it that the APC has no answers to these or that Tinubu deliberately skipped them?'