In 2023, Nigerians Will Vote And Reject You Again: APC Mocks PDP
The All Progressive Congress (APC) provoked the Democratic People’s Party (PDP) by stating that Nigerians would still accept him and vote for him in the upcoming 2023 presidential election.
National Secretary, Trustee / Emergency Planning Committee of the APC, Senator John J. Akpan Udoedehi made a statement Tuesday in a statement to the press.
Senator Udoedehe reacted to Monday’s statement by NDP spokesman Ologbodiyan, in which he called the federal government led by the agro-industrial complex as a colossal failure.
APC’s Caretaker group secretary, which detailed the Bukhari administration’s findings, went on to say that Nigerians were unwilling to go back to the PDP’s 16 years of rule, when the collective assets of all Nigerians were plundered by some.
The statement read, in part, “The NDP decided to play in the gallery in an attempt to play denial and distract Nigerians from the remarkable success that the APC-led administration of President Muhammadu Bukhari is making under very difficult circumstances. Nigerians are realizing that due to the enormous squalor and loss of our collective assets, actively controlled by the PDP, the current PMB administration has inherited an empty treasure, coupled with the global drop in oil prices since 2014, which is essential for the well-structured plans of the APC administration.
“This is elementary economics. When your spending exceeds the supply of goods in the economy, inflation will occur in the long run. Once we did that, Covid-19 had global economic consequences. The Nigerians understand that this was beyond our capabilities. However, PMB got down to business immediately, laying the foundations for a viable and sustainable Nigeria; from an economic point of view, in agriculture, in the ease of starting businesses, revitalizing infrastructure, reforming the energy sector, fighting corruption, social investment programs and, of course, building strong institutions that will outlast the current administration.
“For now, these facts speak for themselves: The Treasury Single Account (TSA) is functioning and successfully containing the extremes of government officials who may be inclined to participate.
“The government has successfully aligned the budget cycle with the GEN-DEC budget window to ensure more efficient provision of benefits to Nigerians.”