PDP is a university of lies, Nigerians don’t want them back in 2023
Sunday’s presidency called it shameful for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to announce that Nigerians are fed up with the power of President Muhammad Bukhari and the All-Progressive Congress (APC) and want the PDP to return to power in 2023.
Mallam Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant to the President for Media and Advertising, said in a statement that Nigeria does not welcome the return to power of the NDP, which is a “university of lies.”
Cola Ologbondiyan, the PDP’s national advertising secretary, said in an interview published on December 30 by the Daily Independent that after experimenting with both the PDP and the ARS, Nigerians realized that only the PDP had real interests. countries.
However, Shehu replied, “So many people say so many things these days, mostly indulging in others’ insults, and as officials we make a conscious choice to stay away for the most part.”
“But it is difficult to ignore the shameful and shameful statements made by the opposition People’s Democratic Party, the NDP, which makes false claims that Nigerians are unhappy with the present and want to return to the locust years.”
“No matter how fast they move, it is likely that they will agree with another politician in describing the NDP as a“ university of lies, ”where the more lies their officials can tell, the higher the rating. into which they are moving. “
“It’s too early to erase or forget their evil notes. They occupied the throne of power for 16 years, fighting for their own happiness, not for the happiness of most Nigerians. They have turned the country into a nation of crooks who promote corruption on an industrial scale by exploiting the country’s oil, mineral and land resources for selfish purposes.) “.
“The PDP’s long-term legacy will be the disaster represented by the power expansion program, which raised $ 16 billion from the treasury without adding a megawatt of electricity to the grid.”
“An administration led by Bukhari is instead fighting for the happiness of most Nigerians by rebuilding a shattered economy, building long-delayed infrastructure and managing the new coronavirus pandemic in a very competent and impressive way to earn the praise of the World Health Organization, WHO.”
In those 16 years, when a barrel of oil was selling for $ 140, they offered a great opportunity to lift the economy to dizzying heights. They could use the huge earrings to boost energy production, modernize railways, and repair roads and bridges that the current administration is currently struggling with, with less income.
Currently, about 800 road projects are being implemented in six geopolitical zones of the country.
“The disaffection of the NDP administration is manifested in the collapse of local food production, replaced by an average daily cost of $ 5 million on rice imports. Kobo of the Central Bank of Nigeria is not used today to finance food imports. In fact, we eat what we grow. The NDP broke the economy by killing industrialization. “
During these 16 years, the largest employer in the textile industry has been assassinated. Thirty-eight large textile companies closed their operations in Nigeria between 1999 and 2009. They killed the competitiveness of manufacturing in the country.
“The country’s start-up industry practically fled to neighboring countries: Ghana, Cote d’Ivor and distant Kenya were turning into production centers at our expense. In 2006, Nigeria’s two leading tire manufacturers, Michelin and Dunlop, relocated their factories to Ghana, citing Nigeria’s epileptic energy supply as the main reason. ”
“Over the past 16 years, PDP has told mind-boggling stories of economic growth and windmill sales that rival windmills, no industrial growth, no agricultural growth, no investment, and no jobs for a crowded youth. In total, they gave the nation half of the lost generation. “
“In terms of ease of doing business, we are currently ranked 39 on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index, compared to where we were in 2015, and in two of those years we have made it into the top 10 countries undergoing reform. World. “
“The Nigeria Investment Promotion Council (NIPC) in 2017 completed a long-awaited review of the list of activities eligible for Nigeria Pioneer Status, which grants recipient companies a 3-5 year tax exemption.”
“The survey, more than a decade after the previous survey, has modernized the List by expanding tax breaks for eligible e-commerce, software development, animation, music, film and television companies.”
“The main reason for the defeat of the NDP in 2015 was corruption. The current administration in the center, headed by President Muhammadu Bukhari, is so far an image without corruption. She managed to destroy the great corruption at the top. Today you are sure that no one will call the Governor of Central and ask him to bring cash: naira, pounds, dollars, euros or yuan. “
This is evidenced by world leaders, including outgoing US President Donald Trump, who praised President Bukhari for “significantly reducing the level of corruption in the country.”
“Today we have presented the world with the most dynamic stock market. Despite the Covid economy, Nigeria is the number one country in Africa in the International Monetary Fund, the IMF’s economic forecast for 2020. Using the countries’ GDP, the IMF ranks Nigeria among the 26 leading countries in the world. ”
“Today, many take for granted the declared victory over the Boko Haram terrorists, forgetting the rule of an attacker who has made a regular presence in markets, churches and mosques in many of our cities, including the federal capital, almost impossible. , Abuja. “
“With the increase in the supply of military aircraft, weapons, equipment and ammunition, the remaining task of liberating the state of Borno Boko Haram is being successfully accomplished.”
“Military procurement and increased recruitment will provide momentum for the liberation of the Northwest and North Central states, equally free from kidnapping, cattlejacking and banditry.”
However, Nigeria’s so-called main opposition party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), claims that many Nigerians are already tired of the “bad governance” of President Muhammadu Bukhari and the ruling All-Progressive Congress (APC). his return to power in 2023. Do not believe their poisonous statements. “
Source: – Independent ng