Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan attends the pdp rally, at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos, Nigeria. (Sunday Alamba, AP) ~ Sunday Alamba
Lagos - The All Progressive Party has called out on a
meeting with the leadership of the People's Democratic Party due to the rising
cases of violence, Vanguard reported.
The party has stated that such a meeting will send a powerful message of zero
tolerance to both party supporters.
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Such a call has been back dated as far as May 2014, due the known violence both
party supporters undertake when general elections are nearing.
As the PDP fails to respond to the suggested meeting, the APC states it will
continue to educate it's members and supporters to not engage in any form of
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