”R-APC SAYS IT IS TOO LATE FOR RECONCILIATION, CRITICISES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OVER TREATMENT OF SARAKI’

The Reformed-All Progressives Congress on Sunday took a swipe against President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress stating that it is too late for the President to start dangling juicy carrots before its members in order to stop their defection from the ruling party.
The R-APC, in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Kassim Afegbua, said President Buhari’s government was not a promise keeper because it had not fulfilled what it promised Nigerians during its campaign in 2014 and 2015.
It also criticized the Bukola Saraki’s travails since his trial began at the Code of Conduct Tribunal which lasted for three years.
Afegbua further condemned some people in the ruling party for being silent during Saraki’s travails only to reconcile him back into the party.
In the last one week, President Buhari and the APC had intensified efforts to prevent the defection of the R-APC members.

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Journalist, Activist and Social commentator Regular analyst on Radio Program Ground Zero ,Invicta FM Kaduna

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