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APC lacks national consciousness, Gbaja should withdraw — Udeogaranya

By: dayan (M) |Time : June 11, 2019, 07:11:40 AM
A former presidential aspirant on the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC, who later defected to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Charles Udeogaranya, has called on Femi Gbajabiamila, to withdraw from the House of Representatives Speakership race, as according to him, APC lacks national consciousness.

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Charles Udo Udeogaranya

He added that naivety and inexperience are two ingredients that lead to failure in governance.

In a statement yesterday, Udeogaranya said APC remains a permanent place of abode for incompetence.

His words: “When I was in APC, I had advised the party to emulate the PDP experience in the conduct of party primaries, where PDP had scheduled and announced sales of forms two months ahead of INEC deadline. My counsel was ignored and consequences abound, with Zamfara State elections topping the list.

“Once again, let us recall that when we started off   this fourth republic, we    recognised six geopolitical zones as the six pillars of governance and attached to them, six principal positions as drivers of the second phase of our constitutional counsel, whereby we are directed to ensure that the loyalty of all Nigerians are accommodated by ensuring that they are all equally posited in the top echelon of governance.

The “Peoples Democratic Party, PDP-led government ensured that all the six geopolitical zones were represented and so we had President Obasanjo representing South-West, Vice President Atiku for North East, Senate President Enwerem for South-East, Speaker Umar Nabba for North -West, SGF Ufot for South-South and Deputy Senate President Ibrahim Mantu for North Central.”

Udeogaranya expressed hope that the judiciary, at the  end of their sittings, will enthrone the will of the people on the presidential election, adding “I would, however, not fail to mention that it is disheartening that Gbaja from the South-West is nursing an ambition to occupy a principal position of governance after having produced a Vice.”

“The PDP-led government ensured that all the six geo-political zones in the country were represented and so we had President Obasanjo representing South-West, Vice President Atiku for North East, Senate President Enwerem for South-East, Speaker Umar Nabba for North -West, SGF Ufot for South-South and Deputy Senate President Ibrahim Mantu for North Central.”

Failure to ensure that all zones are well represented in the six principal positions of governance in the country would create first and second class citizenship in the country, regardless of the party in power.  And in the words of his imperial majesty, Haile Selassie ”Until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned, everywhere is war.”

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Re: APC lacks national consciousness, Gbaja should withdraw — Udeogaranya

By: dayan (M) |Time : June 11, 2019, 07:23:00 AM
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He added that naivety and inexperience are two ingredients that lead to failure in governance.

In a statement yesterday, Udeogaranya said APC remains a permanent place of abode for incompetence.



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The “Peoples Democratic Party, PDP-led government ensured that all the six geopolitical zones were represented and so we had President Obasanjo representing South-West, Vice President Atiku for North East, Senate President Enwerem for South-East, Speaker Umar Nabba for North -West, SGF Ufot for South-South and Deputy Senate President Ibrahim Mantu for North Central.”

Honestly, APC is the most dangerous party to have EVER ruled the center in Nigeria.
This party is totally clueless of the precipice it is pushing the country towards.

I recall vividly how the PDP (inspite of the fact that it was not getting votes in the South West) ALWAYS zoned one of the top national positions to the South west regardless of the votes there.

It is called NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS.

APC knows and understands ZERO of that.
And yet they love to bash PDP.
Clearly the 16 PDP years have been the most peaceful and progressive years of Nigeria since 1999.
The years ahead may (likely) lead to Nigeria's disintegration.

Fact is that PDP is light-years ahead of APC in terms of legitimacy and qualification to be a national party.
APC is a party of tunnel view closet Jihadists and election rogues who think that they can force hegemony on Nigeria.

I watched Nnamdi Kanu's conferences in the US and for the first time, I think I can now see his strategy and have started to believe that APC and Buhari will help him achieve the goal of Biafra faster than even Kanu envisages.

Good luck to APC and its crew of clueless election thieves, and vote riggers.

Re: APC lacks national consciousness, Gbaja should withdraw — Udeogaranya

By: Ramjoe (M) |Time : June 11, 2019, 08:14:19 AM
When one tries to figure out how APC is ruling; you just end up being confused.

When you are about to conclude that they are ruling us like a kingdom - that Buhari is king. You will notice that Buhari is just doing things as if he's still a military ruler.

You can't figure them out because they have no plans to move this country forward, they have no strategy. So there's nothing to figure out. One thing is, they have always wanted to usurp the leadership of the PDP. Now that they have, their cluelessness is glaring for all to see.

Re: APC lacks national consciousness, Gbaja should withdraw — Udeogaranya

By: alagbe003 (M) |Time : June 11, 2019, 07:30:42 PM
Apc led government is not doing things according to Nigeria's constitution, they are not concious of Nigeria's unity.

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