The opposition party says it would resist ‘the growing culture of impunity’ being exhibited by the the administration.
The party, during the one day national conference held in Abuja on Thursday, condemned what it described as the ‘growing authoritarianism’ of the Federal Government.
The party’s position was communicated via a communique read at the end of the conference by the National Secretary of the PDP, Wale Oladipo.
The communique stated that the administration’s anti corruption war is selective and targeted at opposition elements as well as perceived opponents of the regime.
“APC members with corruption charges are being rewarded with ministerial positions and other juicy appointments as well as APC tickets in the forthcoming governorship elections in Kogi and Bayelsa states.
“We vehemently reject the current manipulation of the judiciary and security forces by the APC-led Federal Government in its desperate bid to subvert the sovereign will of the people and forcefully take over states genuinely won by the PDP in the last general elections and ultimately impose a one-party state in Nigeria”, the communiqué added.