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Anambra APC Chieftain Absolves Buhari of Present Economic Woes

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A chieftain of All Progressives Congress in Anambra state, Dr. Chike Obidigbo, has called on Nigerians to stop blaming President Muhammadu Buhari for the economic challenges facing the country.
He said that Nigerians should hold the immediate past administration responsible for the economic situation facing their country.

The APC stalwart said that the policies and programmes being implemented by the Buhari administration to ameliorate the sufferings of the people would yield results.
The APC chieftain disclosed that, successive administration had contributed to the current economic hardship, urged Nigerians to encourage the President Buahri led administration to deliver on it campaign promises.
He condemned the much talked about marginalization among the Ndigbo group of the country, said they should eschew political bigotry and team up with the present administration to rescue the country from the stronghold of corrupt politicians who had been controlling the affairs of the country for over five decades now.
He urged the Igbo speaking Nigerian to rally round the APC led government to be able to ascertain what should be shared among region, away from the move to alienate themselves from the federal structure.
While Presenting the APC flag to him to contest for the Anambra state 2017 governorship election in state, the chairman of the party, Emeka Ibe advised Ndigbo to support the present administration to deliver to them the dividend of democracy.
He condemned the manner at what was supposed to be tagged as domestic jokes between President Muhammadu Buhari and the wife, called on Nigerians to disregard the speculation been peddled by the opposition, said it’s a comic story  between President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, which should not be used as instrument for democratic discus.
The occasion featured the formal handling over of APC flag to Dr. Chike Obidigbo, to run for Anmabra state 2017 governorship polls.
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