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APC is my Egypt to promise land – Dino Melaye

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The People’s Democratic Party, PDP, governorship candidate in Kogi State, Senator Dino Melaye has described his former party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, as his route to the promise land.

The former lawmaker made this assertion during a programme on Channels Television, Tuesday.

Dino maintained that people of kogi State would soon be free from present maladministration the because PDP is ready to wrestle powers from the current the APC government in the state.

Speaking on being the best candidate, He said the PDP at all times has always been presenting better candidates at all levels of elections in the country because the PDP is the oldest political party in the country

According to him, PDP would always present a better candidates it is as old as the Fourth Republic and that is why it is better than the APC that is operating less than a decade.

He furtherd that the candidate of the APC, Ahmed Usman was a civil servant who just left office about a month ago as Auditor-General of a local government in the state, without any pedigree and political credentials as he has never run any elective office, “not even being a class monitor.”

He boasted that he is several miles ahead of APC candidate because he has been a presidential aide, a member of the National assembly on three occasions.

Dino, however, described the APC as a “crawling child”, saying the PDP is a mature political party spanning about 25 years.

He advanced that the APC is like Egypt that everyone going to Israel must pass through, noting that his sojourn in the party is like passing through the Egypt to the promise land.

“I left the APC unceremoniously because light and darkness don’t concur”

“I can’t be in a party to a politicalparty that had no Board of Trustees, no National Working Committee and that has bedevilled this country and responsible for kidnappings, killings and insecurity.”

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