Party Convention: PDP in Diaspora Showers Encomium for a Successful Convention

US-based non-profit organization of Nigerians in diaspora, Diasporans for PDP, has sent a congratulatory message to PDP, wishing everyone a successful 2021 National Convention.

National Publicity Secretary, Dr. Chidi Igwe, in a statement on behalf of the entire membership, our Founder and National Chair, Honourable Victoria Pamugo, who is also a member of PDP’s 2021 National Convention Committee, expressed satisfaction with the organizational structure of the convention.”

“I am happy to congratulate our party on behalf of all our members in diaspora. As Nigerians are suffering from all forms of malaise linked to the apparent incompetence of the ruling All Progressives’ Congress (APC), it gladdens my heart to see our party opting for a humane platform and policy items that will eventually translate into a better livelihood for all Nigerians when PDP returns to power in 2023,” Hon. Pamugo said.

“All you need to do is look around and you will be disheartened by what Nigerians are going through from east to west, north to south. We are suffering through the COVID-19 pandemic.

There is corruption and misappropriation in Nigeria. There is poverty and hardship. Even the Nigerian youth, the supposed leaders of tomorrow, are left with unspeakable levels of unemployment and hopelessness.

There are no good roads, no healthcare system, no good educational system, no water, no electricity, no security, no food… All thanks to APC’s incompetence,” Hon. Pamugo said.

“Yet, when President Buhari is not busy taking up a fight with Twitter in order to divert attention from these important issues, he and APC are running around from country to country borrowing money from foreign sources and piling up huge debts on the shoulders of Nigeria’s youth ─ the same youth that APC has not cared to help through any form of social program, economic or fiscal policy. These incompetent APC leaders are mortgaging the future of our country.

We are looking forward to a change when PDP comes to power in 2023,” Hon. Pamugo said with full hopefulness that Nigeria will be better under a PDP administration.

“This year’s PDP convention leaves all of us hopeful that Nigeria will be better. But we the people need to vote APC out when the time comes. Once again, I want to congratulate our party and all the participants in this year’s convention,” she said.

Diasporans for PDP has a mandate to promote the civic and social welfare of all Nigerian peoples, to promote objective learning and literacy, patriotism, women, children and youth empowerment, and to promote opportunities for strong civic and political participation in Nigeria.

With members in America, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa, Diasporans for PDP is head-quartered in Houston, Texas, USA. A key part of what the organisation is fighting for is for Nigerians living abroad to be able to vote in general elections, just like it is done in other countries such as the United States and Canada.

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