Why PDP Allegedly Initiated Rumour Of Monkeypox Vaccine – Senator Adamu


A member of the Senate, Abdullahi Adamu (APC-Nasarawa), alleged that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) wants to spoil the good image of the ruling party. Reports have it that Adamu also claimed that the APC is making good what the PDP made bad during its 16-year rule.

NGM.com: gathered that the lawmaker made this known while briefing the newsmen in Abuja on Tuesday, October 24.

According to him, “What it took them 16 years to damage, we cannot take just one year of some magical works to get everything corrected. “They have not been doing enough work and spending enough time to plan what is called opposition in the real sense of democracy. “They feel calling people names, abusing people and propaganda is opposition, this is wrong. They will not get the desired result out of that. “For instance, the propaganda that Monkey Pox was induced by vaccines from the military, what can be more absurd than that and they have kept quiet because it is an agenda. “This negativity is from the PDP stable; this is a smear campaign, I pity their strategy.”

Speaking further, he noted that the recent comment by the PDP Senate Caucus that it would dislodge the ruling party, were only giving the impression that they were still relevant in the political arena. According to him, ”What it used to be. PDP is a party that had 16 years and then toward the end, they got so strong and got a bit power drunk. “Unfortunately, through intoxication, they lost everything that there was in political fortunes, they had to go back to the table to start all over.”

Meanwhile, NGM.com had reported that APC on Saturday, October 21, urged the former president Goodluck Jonathan to beg God and Nigerians for forgiveness for his activities during his tenure as president of Nigeria.




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