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Tinubu implementing bold reforms – APC tells hungry Nigerians

The All Progressives Congress (APC) says President Bola Tinubu is implementing bold and far-reaching reforms necessary for the nation’s economic recovery, sustainable growth and prosperity.

Mr Felix Morka, the party’s National Publicity Secretary, said this in a statement on Sunday in Abuja while reacting to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governor’s advice to Tinubu to throw in the towel in the face of the hardships experienced by Nigerians.

“A federal system like ours, operates on the idea of shared, constitutionally delineated responsibilities among the three tiers of government: Federal, State and Local Governments.

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“Effective governance requires collaboration and coordination among all three levels to deliver the dividends of democracy to citizens.

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“By virtue of their membership of the National Economic Council and National Council of State, governors bear a solemn duty to proffer constructive ideas and solutions to the challenges of governance,” Morka said.

He said like all citizens, governors were entitled to free speech, adding that such rights must be exercised responsibly. He stressed that reckless utterances capable of inflaming passions and social upheaval must be avoided.

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He added that rather than live up to their responsibilities as chief executive of their states, the PDP governors had turned themselves into a band of doomsday vocalists.

“Our people are going through transient but painful difficulties that the administration is supremely determined  to mitigate as these policies begin to yield desired results. Nigerians deserve to live in peace and security, with access to basic social and economic amenities.

“Our party urges patience during these turbulent times as our nation soars unstoppably to firmer grounds and a more prosperous future,” Morka said.


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