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Friday, September 11, 2015

PDP criticizes Alaibe, says dredging as major policy selfish

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Bayelsa State has said that Timi Alaibe, the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant is interested in dredging because he owns the biggest dredging machines in Nigeria, ITRealms reports.

The PDP on Thursday made mockery of the idea of dredging as a major policy thrust whichAlaibehad in a recent electronic media advertisement stated that he would favour dredging as a major means of economic development and empowerment if he wins.

As a result, ITRealms gathered, the PDP Secretary in Bayelsa State,KekuGodspower, in a press statement in Yenagoa, said such proposal was bereft of “clear thinking” on the challenge of empowerment and development in the state.The party wondered what significant economic value and benefit dredging would bring to the people of the state as proposed by Alaibe.

He said, “Frankly speaking, the PDP is surprised by Alaibe’s thought process on issues of governance and development. By making dredging a core policy thrust of his administration, if elected, obviously exposes his shallowness; it shows that the man lacks strategic thinking and bereft of clear cut ideas on how to advance the course of governance and development of the state. In a 21st century where deep knowledge and big ideas are shaping public policies and development issues, Alaibe is talking about dredging. It’s ridiculous."

Keku berated the governorship aspirant for entering into the race, adding that given the shallowness of his ideas, he has “nothing fantastic” to offer the people of the state, ITRealms learnt.

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