This Day (Lagos)

Nigeria: APC Pledges to Build Post-Oil Economy

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has said it will unveil a novel plan to help package a post-oil economy in Nigeria and halt country's drift towards a failed state.

The party said as part of its determination to bring about change in the polity, it will kick-start its membership registration drive early in the year to ensure that as many Nigerians as possible are brought aboard the APC train of change.

In a statement issued on Tuesday by its Interim National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said Nigerians should go into the New Year with an unyielding commitment to be part of ongoing efforts to set the country on the path of growth and development, rather than get into a state of funk on the basis of the cumulative mis-governance of the past 14 years by the PDP-led Federal Government.

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