2019: Atiku Will Change The Change, Ex-APC Women Leader
The former women Leader of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa State, Mrs Lami Kevin Aguwa has said that the APC is a sinking ship and a wagon headed for a head-on collision because of it’s lack of internal democracy with a very poor party mechanism.
Mrs Aguwa, a former women Leader of the party and a staunch loyalist of APC, dumped APC when Alhaji Atiku Abubakar decided to rejoin People Democracy Party (PDP) to aspire for 2019 Presidential seat in the opposition party.
According to her, they were in APC because of the ”Change” mantra slogan that swayed away the people of Nigeria minds desperate to change the Jonathan’s administration thinking something much more the past administration of Jonathan will be seen.
She said that APC promised Nigerians heaven on earth, assured every Nigerian all shall be well by improving the standard of living of everyone, but the change was bargained to give Nigerians hardships and intolerable pains on the people.
She considered the change as a “useless” change that has not shown any atom of positive bearing to Nigerians.
She, however, assured Nigerians that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar will change the “change” for the betterment of all, haven being a politician at the centre stage of the country affairs.
Kevin lamented bitterly over the suffering and pains Nigerians are going through in this present administration.
She based her argument on the APC Congress conducted over the country to be full of complaints and petitions as a results of parallel Congress.
She further said she is much aware of the campaign promises Buhari had promised to Nigerians, ranging from:
- matching a Naira to a dollar,
- wading off insurgents of any kind within his few months in office,
- Nigerian Youths will be receiving N5,000 as token to empower them.
It is in this present regime that we had witnessed the worst form of petroleum scarcity the country has ever had, she noted.
“The country is just collapsing in this APC regime, virtually nothing good is moving and I guess it has to do with the leadership.
“It is only in this country the political party has factionalised itself in all the 36 States, causing unnecessary tension to everybody in the country.
“I think the answers to our many questions is in Atiku Abubakar.
“He is capable of taking us out of the chains of suffering we are passing through.
“I wish Nigerians will understand that only him has the ability to change Nigeria for good,” Kevin Said.
Effort to elicit response was made to reach the Adamawa APC publicity secretary, Alhaji Mohammed Abdullahi on phone but he was not reachable.
By Dan Garba, Yola