PDP to boycott APC’s hearing on restructuring
The Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) has said it would not participate in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) public hearing on restructuring. The PDP argued that the decision was diversionary and a delay tactics. Speaking with newsmen yesterday at the PDP headquarters in Abuja, shortly after a delegation from China visited the leadership of the party, PDP spokesman, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, said the party will not participate “because the APC has no genuine interest in restructuring”.
“It is a delay tactic to kill restructuring and we are not interested, we are not going to participate because the APC has no genuine interest in restructuring. They betrayed their real intentions. When this issue first reached the front burner, the APC leaders were campaigning against it, kicking against it. They said it was not in their manifesto.
“Their national chairman and one of their governors came on television and said that the APC had no plans for restructuring, that it was not in their manifesto. So why have they now changed their mind?