APC Manifesto Promises To Take Nigeria To The NEXT LEVEL

👤 By Adenike Lucas, DENISAURUS News

President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to take Nigerians to the next level if re-elected in 2019. 

In 2015, President Buhari’s All Progressives Congress, APC who was voted in with the promise to deliver change failed to grow the economy and provide security as promised.

But at the launch of his party manifesto, the President pledged to deliver a stronger nation.

“Four years ago, we promised Nigerians real change,” he said: “in what we do and how we do it. Nigerians sent a clear message in the last election, and our platform offered a new, ambitious plan for a secure, prosperous and corruption-free country. We have worked hard to fulfil our promises – and while the road may have been difficult, over the last three and a half years, we have laid the foundations for a strong, stable and prosperous country for the majority of our people.

“Foundational work is not often visible, neither is it glamorous – but it is vital to achieving the kind of country we desire. Judging by the prior depth of decay, deterioration and disrepair that Nigeria had sunken into, we are certain that these past few years have put us in good stead to trudge on the Next Level of building an even stronger nation for our people.”

READ ALSO : Loyalist Admits President Buhari Has Failed The Masses (LONG READ)

Critics of 75-year-old President who spent a 100 days out of the country on sick leave, have advised him not to seek a second term.

Olusegun Obasanjo, a former head of state advised President Buhari not to seek elective office in 2019 because he failed to perform.

Chief Obasanjo has endorsed the campaign of the flag bearer of the main opposition party, Abubakar Atiku.

Mr Atiku is promising to make Nigeria GREAT AGAIN.

READ ALSO : General Election 2019: Buhari Failed To Perform, Shouldn’t Seek Re-election – OBJ


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