The national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Uche Secondus, has advised the new inspector general of police, Adamu Abuabakar Mohammad, to thread the route of credibility in his new job by clearing the mess heaped on the force by his predecessor, Ibrahim Idris.
Prince Secondus’ advice came as he addressed mammoth party supporters at the freedom square, Oshogbo, Osun state on Tuesday when the presidential campaign train of the party continued their South west campaign.
The national chairman told the new IG that he needed to carve his path and avoid everything of Idris because he served the APC and the cabals not the Nigeria police or the Nigerian people.
Prince Secondus said the new IG has a herculean task because enough damage was done to the force by his predecessor.
He told the jubilant crowd to stand by the PDP the way they did in September 8, 2018 gubernatorial election assuring them that their stolen mandate must be returned to them ‘because we have God of Justice on the throne.’
The national chairmen warned the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and security agencies never to attempt a repeat of the rigging mess they perpetuated on the people of Osun state last year as the people are ready to deal decisively with election manipulators this time.
He charged the people to troop out on February 16, 2019 to vote for an energetic president who will tackle their problems unlike the sitting president who sleeps all through and sources the presidency to cabals while the nation’s challenges multiplied.
The presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar, who also addressed the huge crowd, told them that they should not vote for APC because they were unable to keep any of the promises made in 2015 to the people.
“Instead of giving you the job they promised, they stole the ones you have and made us the poor capital of the world. They cannot be trusted,” he said.
The wife of the candidate, Titi Abubakar, who is from the state, danced and sang to the cheering crowd assuring them in the song that “when Atiku don de rule, Nigeria go better”‘(when Atiku gets to power Nigeria will be better).
The former governors of Ekiti, Ogun and Osun states, Ayo Fayose, Gbenga Daniel, and Olagunsoye Oyinlola, respectively as well as the PDP chairman in the state all spoke assuring PDP leadership of 80% of Osun vote come February 16.
Earlier the candidate and the national nhairman had led other leaders of the party to the palaces of the Ooni of Ife at Ile Ife and the Oba of Ijesaland in Ijesa on a courtesy call where the two royal fathers prayed for them.