PDP rues Oshiomhole’s “attack dog” role
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has cautioned the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, to stop playing what it called “attack dog” role.
The party said since assuming office as chairman of APC, Oshiomhole had abandoned “the path of wisdom expected of him and has become noisy, loquacious, rapacious and completely immodest in all his actions and utterances.”
In a statement, the PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, said: “If Oshiomhole had limited his abuses to President Muhammadu Buhari, whom he dismissed as indolent, ineffectual and condoning indiscipline; or to the ministers for their incompetent government, whom he wholesomely described as dishonourable; the governors left in his faction, whom he said are undeserving of return tickets in 2019; and members of his faction, whom he had rendered directionless, the PDP would have ignored his attention seeking antics.
“Nigerians have now found a new laughing stock in Oshiomhole, who appears to have completely lost all bearings in his quest to compete for media space with aides of the President and by so doing, throwing every decorum to the dogs.”
PDP said henceforth, it would not watch and allow Oshiomhole continue to make “irresponsible, mundane and unsubstantiated allegations of corruption, murder or mutiny against any member of the PDP or any notable Nigerians unchallenged”