- A former minister of sport and youth development, Bolaji Abdullahi, has said it is a must for Nigerians to vote out the APC in the 2023 election
- Abdullahi said the APC has ruined Nigerian and any politicians in its folds do not deserve Nigerians' votes in any part of the country
- The ex-minister maintained that the 2023 general election is an opportunity for Nigerians to make the country great again
On Wednesday, August 10, the former minister said the ruling party has ruined Nigeria, Legit.ng has gathered.
How to achieve dream of making Nigeria great again - Bolaji Abdullahi
Abdullahi added that the dream of making Nigeria great again is achievable if the people can chase away the politicians in APC through their votes.
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In the forthcoming elections, the PDP candidate for Kwara central senatorial district spoke at the 33rd edition of the Media Parliament of the Kwara state chapter of the Nigerian Union of Journalists.
He spoke in Ilorin, the state capital, on the topic, ‘Retooling Nigeria For the Task Ahead’.
“APC has ruined this country. Nigerians should say no to any politician seeking elective office under APC. 2023 presents historic opportunity to make Nigeria work again,” Abdullahi commended
Ex-minister knocks Buhari, gives reason why Nigeria is yet to be restructured
A former national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bolaji Abdullahi, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari seemed uninterested in the call for the restructuring of Nigeria, Legit.ng earlier reported.
The former minister of sport and youth development alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari believed that the call for restructuring is an ACN southwest agenda.
Abdullahi also said he was disappointed in the non-implementation of the Governor El-Rufai committee on the true-federalism report.
Bolaji Abdullahi resigns as chairman of Nigeria Sugar Development Council
He announced his resignation on Friday, August 3, via his Twitter page.
This came one day after he announced his resignation as the national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and left the party.