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APC has reduced Nigeria to the status of a beggar country.


The People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the All Progressive Congress (APC), has only succeeded in wrecking Nigeria’s once-vibrant economy. Thus, turning the country into a beggar country and the world’s poverty capital.

According to  the Party’s National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, corruption has been elevated as a new normal under President Buhari. Officials pillaging ministries, departments, and agencies have looted N15 trillion during President Buhari’s tenure. Meanwhile, the APC is gambling with our country’s future by engaging in reckless foreign borrowing.

Buhari took office as Nigeria’s president in 2015 when the country had the largest economy in Africa. Currently, the government is dealing with high unemployment, falling income, and rising poverty. The World Poverty Clock declared in 2018 that Nigeria had surpassed India as the world’s poverty capital. Around 87 million people in Nigeria live on less than $1.90 per day. It means that, despite the country’s massive oil reserves, about half of Nigeria’s population is poor.


The APC leaders have admitted that the party is already heading to the dustbin of ignominy as it cannot survive after the Buhari tenure

Kola Ologbondiyan National Publicity Secretary

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says the admission by APC leaders gathered in Abuja for a youth conference that their party and President Muhammadu Buhari failed to deliver on its promises vindicates its position that APC will leave office in 2023 with no legacy. Furthermore, the PDP regards Senate President Ahmed Lawan’s efforts to blame President Buhari and the APC’s failure on a so-called face-off between the executive and the National Assembly as a despicable juvenile excuse for the Buhari administration’s incompetence and corruption.

The PDP insists that now that APC leaders have summoned the courage to admit that their party and the Buhari Presidency are a bunch of failures. They have brought so many challenges to our nation. And Nigerians expect them to advise President Buhari to stop relying on false performance claims. “They should seek help from more competent hands to manage our nation’s affairs” says Ologbondiyan.



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