August 16, (THEWILL) – The Plateau State Chairman of the Africa Democratic Congress, ADC, Ambassador Sabiu Ibrahim Musa, has described the All Progressive Congress government led by President Muhammadu Buhari as a “total failure”, and urged Nigerians to use the next election to reject and end its rule.
Speaking during an exclusive chat with THE WILL, Musa regretted that Nigerians have not had meaningful governance since the PDP regime was voted out in 2015, saying the six years so far of the APC regime is even worse, with more Nigerians now wallowing in poverty, hunger, unemployment, and diseases.
According to Sabiu, the standard of living in Nigeria has dropped precipitately in the last six years, with no hope that the Muhammadu Buhari government will do better in the remainder of its tenure.
Sabiu said it is even more unfortunate that the pattern of defection by politicians so far has been unidirectional, with the APC receiving into its fold politicians from the PDP which was discredited and its regime branded as a failed one and voted out in 2015.
He said his party, the ADC, will participate in the forthcoming local government elections in Plateau State and the awaited by-election for Jos North/Bassa federal constituency.
Sabiu is also of the opinion that the present APC, having failed woefully in governance at all levels, has simply become an assemblage of politicians with a history of bad governance and fugitives from justice.
He said the narrative of the APC administration has been that of lamentation and woes, with nothing changing for the better.
He therefore calls on Nigerians to maximize the opportunity that will avail itself with the 2023 general elections to sack the APC and all politicians that have destroyed the country from power and give the opportunity to another set of people to set the country on a new direction and path of prosperity and growth.