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Buhari’s Achievements Remain Visible And Unmatched, APC Replies PDP Governors

by on May 17, 2021
 

The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, on Monday, claimed the achievement records of President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration are visible and unmatched.

The party while reacting to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governors’ consultative meeting in Ibadan, described it as nothing but a political jamboree and a waste of time with no substance.

In a statement, Secretary of the APC Caretaker Extra-Ordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), Senator John James Akpanudoedehe, while reacting to the communique by the opposition Governors, said the PDP Governors failed to use the opportunity of the meeting to contribute meaningfully to the development of the country.

Assessing the outcome of the PDP Governors meeting, the APC scribe berated them accusing the Governors of engaging “in misplaced name calling and abuses instead of seizing a golden opportunity provided by the meeting to offer meaningful and patriotic contributions on the review of the state of the Nation.”

Describing the outcome of the meeting as “unfortunate”, he maintained “It is disappointing that the supposed PDP Governor’s consultative meeting turned out to be a political jamboree and its outcomes a waste of time, with no substance.

“The ruling party prides itself of the achievements of the President Muhammadu Buhari led administration, insisting that his record is visible and unmatched.

“Efforts and records of the President Muhammadu Buhari government on revamping the economy, devolution of powers, upgrading the country’s security architecture, governance and electoral reforms, addressing perennial farmers/herders clashes, public sector reforms is visible and unmatched.

“Nigerians will recall that President Buhari on 20th May 2020 signed an executive order on implementation of financial autonomy of state legislature and state Judiciary which the same PDP governors have rejected.”

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