Lagos - Former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido on Thursday mocked President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC), reports, Thisday
Lamido said Buhari will find it difficult to successfully govern Nigeria because he emerged from a party whose foundation remains shaky.
He stated that the formation of the APC was not based on any sound ideology, but out of frustration, bitterness and divisive politics.
The former governor, who made this assertion when he visited Thisday’s corporate head office in Lagos,said the APC has failed woefully in its one year in office
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He cautioned that the crisis currently plaguing the party could undo the Buhari government soon.
He insisted that no government was clean and that after four years in government, Buhari’s government might not be found to be too clean if probed.
Lamido said the crisis currently rocking the PDP would soon be over, saying if the APC goes through one per cent of the problems that the PDP had been through, it would collapse.
- News 24