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APC Government Has Disappointed Nigeria – Chief Olaleye

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By Kolawole Olayinka, Abeokuta

A veteran politician in Ogun State has described the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as a failed party that can’t meet up with the yearning of the people.

Chief Nurudeen Olaleye, the Balogun of Ira Gbagura and a leader of African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Abeokuta South Local Government, Ogun State, stated this while fielding questions with WESTERN POST Correspondent in his office in Ake, Abeokuta.

Olaleye explained that APC government-led administration had made things hard for individuals and had separated many homes due to inabilities in families as a result of difficulties in catering for the family needs.

He said in all areas of human endeavours, APC has scored zero. “Health is zero, education zero and infrastructure they didn’t give us quality ones. In Ogun State, APC has totally failed in sharing the dividends of democracy to the masses.

While lamenting the way the APC government has been handling Nigeria’s affairs, it has been insincere about Nigeria but they want to win at all cost.

He said: “In 2015, if the former President, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, was not fair and believed in true democracy, APC wouldn’t be there today. While he has all what it takes to rig or turn the result upside down but he didn’t.”

Also, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) should be sincere in the ways and manners they discharged their administrative duty, the election should be free and fair election without any biased mind from anybody.

While it was not like that in Osun State when the whole Osun people spoke with their votes and choose who they wanted and INEC and Professor of high repute held on to the people’s wish.

Also, looking at the way government is being run, the past administration had done fantastically well in all areas of lives.

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