APC govt will transform Nigeria, says Aregbesola

THE Coordinator of the South West Campaigns for the Buhari-Osinbajo presidential campaigns and Governor of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, yesterday  said General Muhammadu Buhari’s account of the comprehensive plans by the All Progressives Congress at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) talk has reinforced the party’s readiness and commitment to recue Nigeria from the claws of its predators.

     Aregbesola said Buhari’s articulate presentation of the development agenda of the APC is a show of how prepared the party is for the rescue mission.

     The Governor of Osun, in a statement by the Director, Bureau of Communication and Strategy, Mr. Semiu Okanlawon, said Buhari’s presentations on the scourge of corruption, horror of terrorism and the tragedy of the ruling party’s lack of vision aptly captures the very rationale behind APC’s dogged fight to compel change.

    “Nigeria has on her laps at the moment the tragedy of a party that has no idea of how to take the country out of the woods; a party and its government at a loss how to confront the horror of terrorism which is unfortunately fuelled by the poverty its anti-people policies have also bred and the endemic corruption which has been elevated to the level of state policy.

    “There is no doubt that the Jonathan administration is too fickle-minded to surmount the many areas of urgent needs which our people are craving for. This is why the clamour for change has attained this all-time high in the history of our country,”

    Congratulating Buhari and the party for a robust presentation, Aregbesola said after the Chatham House talk, even Buhari’s worst critics must have come to terms and embraced the positive change ideas that he and the APC represent.

    He added, “Nigerians and the international community by now understand the determination of Buhari, the fecundity of his ideas and the clarity of his vision to take Nigeria out of the present morass.”

   The Osun governor said Nigerians must put the disappointment of the postponement of the election behind them and re-energise towards the March 28 and April 11 elections, adding that the endurance of the next few weeks would guarantee the survival of Nigeria under a transparent, focus-driven and people-oriented government of the APC.



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