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Buhari-Led Government Has Set Nigeria 20 Years Backward – Nyesom Wike

Posted by Thandiubani on Thu 16th Dec, 2021 - tori.ng

Wike said the APC-led Federal Government has set Nigeria 20 years backwards in just six and half years of being in government.

Nyesom Wike
Nyesom Wike
 
The government of President Muhammadu Buhari has been accused of taking the country backwards.
 
Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers State said this as he warned Nigerians on the choice of president in 2023.
 
According to Wike, the APC-led Federal Government has set Nigeria 20 years backwards in just six and half years of being in government.
  
Wike said this at the inauguration of the Rivers State Government Safe Home on Wednesday, December 15.
 
The inauguration was performed by the Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel, in Borikiri,  Port Harcourt.
 
According to Wike, only states ruled by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are allegedly enjoying the  dividends of democracy.
 
“The other people (APC) are only fighting themselves about direct primaries and indirect primaries. We (PDP) are busy about delivering dividends of democracy. You can see, the difference is clear.
 
“Your Excellency, I’m happy that you’re the one who have come, because you’ve invited me severally to Akwa Ibom State to commission projects. I’m happy and I want to say to everybody that PDP governors are doing very, very well.  So, we must be careful of dealing with those who are not serious. A party that that has set our country 20 years back.  We must be very very careful.”
 
“We are only interested in constructing roads. We are only interested in constructing schools, hospitals and the rest of it. But one important aspect that government forgets is the less privileged, the vulnerable. 
  
“We do not think that we owe them that duty to also protect them. It is key that every government should take this as a special project.”
 


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