Watch Moment PDP Truck Conveying Protesters In Abuja Collides

It was reported on Monday that protest which staged by the top members of the Peoples Democratic Party in Abuja, goes wrong after one of the PDP truck conveying protesters collided with the other.

The truck stuck with the other bigger truck and leads to the injury of many.

It is understood that the incident which occurred at the Transcorp Hilton Junction was as a result of wrong driving by the driver who was sighted turning his wheels on high speed with a bunch of people in the truck.

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The protest which was meant to be a display of dissatisfaction to the Supreme Court verdict on Imo state governorship election goes cold after the PDP truck turned down.

It could be recalled also that supporter of Emeka Ihedioha has staged a protest in Imo stating that they don’t want Hope Uzodinma in office as there governor, but their choice of candidate.

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See video below;

Meanwhile, 9jatoday had reported earlier that following court ruling on Monday, President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a congratulatory message to all his party members (APC) who won in the court case.

9jatoday understands that President Buhari’s message was coming a few hours after the All Progressives Congress (APC) members won in their respective states following Supreme Court judgements that upheld the elections of the governors; Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State and Simon Lalong of Plateau State.

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In a statement issued by President Buhari’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, in Abuja, he felicitated with APC National Executive Council, National Working Committee and all members for their loyalty and consistency.


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