The Peoples Democratic Party in Kogi State has hurled  words on the national leader of the APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu over statement allegedly credited to him that Governor Idris Wada is a goner just less than 48 hours to the crucial gubernatorial poll in the state.

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The PDP warned the All Progressives Congress leader that  is not a God and cannot decide the destiny of the Kogi people. The party reaction was contained in a statement by its state publicity secretary, Yomi Ogunmola saying no godfather can rule the state, Vanguard reports.

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The PDP said: “One emperor came to our state today to say Governor Idris Wada is a goner.  He is not God; neither is our state where one man is more powerful than the state. No godfather rules Kogi State. Kogi State is bigger than any single individual or group of people.”

The spokesman further stated that the political destiny of the incumbent governor would be decided by the people of the state not a godfather adding that the people of the state will guard their votes well.

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The only powerful people here are you Kogites.  Kogites will determine the political destiny of Capt. Idris Wada on Saturday and not some power thirty godfathers or group of business men who see politics as an avenue of investment. No human being outside this state no matter how highly placed, powerful or rich can determine what will happen here on Saturday. Kogi people will guard their votes with their lives. Tell the godfather from Lagos that it is he who is a joker and that Kogites are not slaves,” the party concluded.

Recall that Tinubu during the grand finale campaign of the APC allegedly told the state electorates that PDP is a losers party urging them to vote for his candidate adding that  the people needed to  take the decision to leave being in the opposition.

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