Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.

The APC Pandemic ~ By Paul Ikechukwu Njoku


Within the last few days, Nigerians and the World at large have measured the incurable crisis rocking the immediate family of President Muhammadu Buhari over domestic personality traits induced by the new ties of Aso-Rock cabal.

The unbridled crisis and senseless catastrophy looming the ruling political party, APC, is a testament that the Buhari-led government is incompetent and utterly responsible to the requiem of the economically deposed Nigeria where lives and property of citizens are not guaranteed.

For example, 6 new cases of APC have been confirmed today, June 22, 2020. There were 3 new cases in Rivers State, 1 in Edo State, 1 in Abuja and 1 in Ondo State.

The Acting APC Chairman in Rivers State, Igo Aguma, suspended the National Acting Chairman, Victor Giadom whilst the party members in the State loyal to the suspended Acting National Chairman, suspended the Acting State Chairman.

Two groups belonging to the Rivers State APC party leader opposed themselves. One group said they will burn down Rivers State, the other group said the group that said they will burn down Rivers State are stupid ethnic irredentists.

In Edo State, the National Acting Chairman of the APC wrote INEC and openly said there was no primary election authorised by the party in Edo State. This was even as the primary election was held and a winner was declared.

In Ondo State, the Deputy Governor and Ondo State SSG said they were “no longer doing again” and resigned their membership of the party to the PDP.

In Abuja, Hon. Worgu Boms, was sworn in as the New National Deputy Secretary to replace the Acting National Chairman suspended by the Rivers State Acting Chairman of the party.

There are also suspected cases in Ekiti and Benue States as tests are currently carried out to confirm their statuses while other APC States in the country are warming up to join in the bid to plotting damnable jeopardy to the detriment of Nigerians who are in need of good governance amidst the global health crisis.

Comments are closed.