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APC urges Metuh to show some decorum

22 September 2015, 18:57

Lagos - The All Progressives Congress (APC) has urged the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olisa Metuh, to show some decorum in his public statements, reports Vanguard.

The party advised him to avoid the use of trench language in public discourse.

The APC in a statement on Tuesday by its National Publicity Secretary, Lai Mohammed, said Metuh’s increasing resort to the use of putrid language in his press statements is distracting from the message he might want to pass across while at the same time sending a bad signal to the younger generation of Nigerians who look up to him and other politicians.

Also read: Metuh affirms that PDP will never insult Buhari

He noted that Metuh continues to denigrate his office and party with his use of hate and abuse words to pass his messages across 

Mohammed noted that every statement being issued will become a reference material in years ahead, hence the need to keep them decent, polished and dignifying, even when they are hard-hitting.

He said his party decided to call the PDP spokesman to order rather than reply him in kind, hoping he will see the reason for him not to continue on the path of profanity.

Read more at Vanguard.

- News 24


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