APC carpets PDP over ministerial portfolios

APC carpets PDP over ministerial portfolios 

By Ismaila JIMOH 

The All Progressives Congress, APC, has described the reaction of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, towards the newly inaugurated ministerial cabinet of President Muhammadu Buhari, as a product of hangover. 

The APC in a statement issued in Abuja signed by the National Secretary of the party, Malam Buni said its government would not fail the nation, as it works towards salvaging the country for the goodt of all. 

“The argument of the PDP that the portfolios inspired no change was warped and a product of defeat hangover, the PDP should face its rebranding pursuit instead of running down a performing government. APC is not a party which will assign portfolios to miscreants, thugs and mistresses as rampant during the misrule period of PDP. 

“The task of rebuilding Nigeria is a responsibility of every citizens. Rather than sit on the fence to find faults, the opposition should join hands with the President to re-fix the nation. President Buhari has what it takes to lead, he is imbued with vision to redirect Nigeria to prosperity, but he needs the cooperation of all citizens and groups. 

“Under five months, President Buhari has saved the country from brinkmanship, plugged loopholes, placed premium on prudence and set a new template for probity and accountability. 

“In line with the manifesto of this party, the President has clearly defined his social economic policies. With a little more patience, Nigerians will soon have cause to smile. On its part, the APC will continue to support and assist our great President to accomplish his mission,” the statement added. 

 

 

 

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