The National leader of the All Progressive Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has described the opposition Peoples Democratic Party in Ondo state as dead and buried.
Tinubu said this in Akure that the members and supporters of the ruling All Progressive Congress in the state needed not to worry fighting a dead corpse
“you don’t fight the PDP. There is no point fighting a corpse inside the coffin, just settle down and calmly nail their coffin, he said
Speaking on the reelection of governor Akeredolu and his reconciliation moves, the national leader said that “the governor had showed that he wanted genuine reconciliation among party members in the state.
” lndeed, the governor cannot push forward nor can the state advance if there is division and dissension among us. Unity and adherence to collective purpose are hallmarks of progressive politics. Our ability to place the public welfare above our personal ambitions is what differentiates us from the political regressives rather that the general welfare suffer so they can fulfil their personal whims and wishes.
“As progressives, we must carefully tend to our bridge of unity. We must never allow it to break. We entered politics and governance to serve the people and this purpose should always bind us in ceaseless fraternity and togetherness.
“All true progressives must work towards this fertile unity and sustain that unity. With it we can achieve the great things we see for this state and this nation. We can build a progressive society for ourselves and our children.
” Without that unity, we will forever be in a blinding fog, so much so that we will be fighting friend and foe alike because we will be too confused to know the difference between the two. This is no path to greatness. It is the path to stagnation,