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  • Saraki Ignores Reports That Wike Has Joined the APC
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    Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, is rumoured to be about to switch to the ruling All Progressives Congress, but Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, a former Senate President, has downplayed those claims.

    Remember that when Wike was passed over to be Atiku Abubakar’s running mate by the PDP, three APC governors reportedly paid him a visit lately in an effort to lure him into the ruling party.

    At a media forum with journalists in Ilorin over the weekend, Saraki allayed concerns that Wike may defect to the APC from the PDP.

    He expressed faith that the party would quickly end its internal turmoil and get ready for the fight in the general elections of 2023.

    The former Senate President, who condemned the ruling APC government for poor performance in education, economy, security, and health sectors, declared that “there will be a colossal mistake to say APC should be the party Nigerians must vote for in 2023.”

    What Nigerians should focus now is engaging with the PDP on how we can rebuild this country and put it in the right direction, that is the solution to the hydra-headed challenges now confronting the country.

    He recalled that in 2019, “some of us came out to say clearly that APC should not be given a second term,” adding that

    The present APC government is not giving the desired hope going by their utterances and actions.

    What is important now is to galvanize Nigerians to say ‘a clear No’ to the APC because the party has failed.

    Every day, we see events that confirm that they have failed, events that have never happened in the history of this country.

    He criticised the state of infrastructural development in the state, questioning the current administration’s achievements in the last three years.

    Saraki noted that no new projects have been completed or commissioned since the previous government left office in 2019.

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