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Nigeria Might By no means Progress Till APC, PDP Look Past Energy Seize – Ex-Gov Lamido

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“We focus an excessive amount of on political energy, we put an excessive amount of affect on political energy and in so doing abandon the true issues dealing with Nigeria.”

A former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido, has blamed the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the principle opposition Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) for the issues bedeveling the nation.

The previous governor, in an interview with Channels Tv on Sunday evening, stated the nation’s rising issues are borne out of the lust for political and sectional positive aspects relatively than nationwide pursuits as exhibited by leaders of the 2 dominant events.

Drawing from the remark of an APC chieftain, Farouk Aliyu, which described the ruling celebration’s marketing campaign guarantees to Nigerians as regrettable ignorance in one of many programme’s episodes final week, Mr Lamido, a PDP chieftain, stated he had predicted the efficiency consequence of the present administration.

With out sparing his celebration, the ex-governor argued that the principle opposition celebration, might end up worse if sectionalism, regional loyalty and a number of different issues stay dominant relatively than zeal for a progressive nation.

“Governors of events, governors from the South coming collectively saying they need progress. For those who take a look at Nigeria from their standpoint, they search their very own pursuits, your personal individuals, your personal individuals, conversely different individuals have their pursuits. Political events shouldn’t discriminate, it ought to be for all Nigerians not their private pursuits,” Mr Lamido stated.