APC Hasn’t Fulfilled Its Promises To Nigerians, Says Dalung

APC Hasn’t Fulfilled Its Promises To Nigerians, Says Dalung

  • Millions of Nigerians are disappointed in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) according to former minister Dalung
  • According to the former sports minister on the platform of the ruling party, APC did not perform to the expectations of Nigerians
  • He said instead of improving from what the past governments did, the APC government deteriorated the situation

The ruling party in Nigeria, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been faulted by an former minister of youth and sports, Solomon Dalung.

According to him, the APC has not performed to the expectations of Nigerians, adding that many are disappointed with the party, Daily Trust reports.

He made this known while speaking to BBC Hausa at the official launch of a movement in Abuja, The New Movement (TNM), the former Minister said the party had failed woefully and did not deliver the promises it made to the citizens.

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APC hasn’t fulfilled its promises, Dalung says
Dalung has lambasted the ruling All Progressives Party. Photo: Solomon Dalung
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The former Buhari minister said:

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“The truth must be told that the APC as a party did not fulfil the promises it made to Nigerians. It didn’t perform to our expectations. Whether it failed or not, that is left for them, but it didn’t perform well.
“The situation we found ourselves, that is security challenges, killings of people all over, displacing people and the fact that people cannot access their farms is indeed worrisome."

Kwankwaso, Buhari's ex-minister: List of prominent politicians who left PDP, APC to form 3rd Force ahead of 2023

Meanwhile, ahead of the 2023 general elections a new third force seeking to take over power from the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have been formed.

The announcement of the formation of the third force named The National Movement (TNM) was made by a former governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, on Tuesday, February 22.

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Here is the list of politicians present at the launching of the new movement:

1. Rabiu Kwankwaso

A former governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso, was a PDP chieftain until he announced the formation of the third force.

His previous statement that the APC and the PDP have nothing to show Nigerians in 2023 signaled his exit from the lead opposition party.

He has made some attempts to become president but failed.

2. Senator Suleiman Hunkuyi

Senator Suleiman Hunkuyi represented Kaduna North in the eighth National Assembly. He left the APC for the PDP in the buildup to the 2019 elections.

He contested for the PDP's guber ticket by lost to Isa Ashiru.

3. Solomon Dalung

Solomon Dalung served as the minister of youths and sports during the first term of the Muhammadu Buhari administration.

He was one of the ministers who didn't make President Buhari's ministerial list after his re-election for second term.

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Solomon Dalung reveals why he criticised Buhari's govt over security challenges

In another report, Solomon Dalung, a former minister of sports last year criticised the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led federal government over the mounting insecurity in the country.

The criticism of the Plateau-born politician had rattled the ruling party and drew the attention of political watchers in the country.

But, in an exclusive interview with Legit.ng on Tuesday, June 22, Dalung stated that his comments were out of concern and an attempt to call the attention of stakeholders on the situation.

Source: Legit.ng

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