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APC has divided Nigerians, took us many years backward, can’t even choose running mate- Ex-Deputy Gov.

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APC has divided Nigerians, took us many years backward, can’t even choose running mate- Ex-Deputy Gov.
Nigeria’s rulling party, the All Progressive Congress has been blamed for the divisiveness of Nigerians across religious and tribal lines, the backwardness in the economy, high level terrorism and banditry and corruption. This was the position of former Kaduna Deputy Governor and People’s Democratic party stalwart Ambassador Nuhu Bajoga.
Speaking to news men in Kaduna yesterday, the Ex-Ambassador said
‘I don’t think APC have the right to raise their heads and say anything, they have divided us and taken many years back. APC have worsen everything.’
Bajoga pointed that ‘PDP had her own problems and APC thought she can correct those problems. She came and promised Nigerians that these problems will be no more. Even gave time limit. If we are in power there will be electricity in 6months, terrorism will end.And so the people voted them. And unfortunately, after 7years those problems are still there and they’re still looking back to PDP saying they are  the originators of those problems .When you look at the two governmengs now we know where the problem is. Cast your mind back to 2015 when PDP left power and compare it today are we better off. You are the better judge. Are we better of, in terms of insecurity, economy and corruption’
He criticisize the placeholder concept of the rulling APC stressing that the government that can not choose a running mate. imagine the Presidential aspirant telling the whole world that it has been his life ambition to be a president of this country and all these years he doesn’t know who will be his running mate or the criteria for choosing a running mate and you want people to believe you that you can rule this country’
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