Chairman of the National Caretaker committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ahmed Makarfi has said after the party sacks the All Progressives Congress in 2019, Nigerians will have enough money in their pockets.
Makarfi said this on Saturday at the party’s non-elective national convention in Abuja.
He said Nigerians are yearning for the PDP to return, after suffering under the APC-led administration.
“PDP is a local party, not an alliance,” he said.
“Today is the beginning of a foundation that was laid long ago. PDP is a family and blood-related in the sense that we mean well for Nigerians.
“We have gone through a lot and we intend to do a lot for Nigerians. This is our path to greatness and entrenchment of democracy. At least five attempts were made to stop this convention in the last two days but they did not succeed.
“We will work hard to sack the APC government in 2019. While you pray for PDP to come back, we will continue to work hard to see that the sufferings today become past.
“One of the things we will introduce in 2019 is a Student loan scheme to solve the yearnings of Nigerian to youth. There will be no hunger because Nigerians will have plenty to eat and even enough cash left in their pocket.”