8 February 2018

Nigeria: Labour Party Says APC-Led Govt Performed 'Woefully'

Yenagoa — The Labour Party (LP) Chairman in Bayelsa State, Mr. Ebiowei Olomu, has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led administration at the centre has failed woefully on its campaign promises to Nigerians.

Olumu who spoke yesterday at the party's office in Yenagoa, added that President Muhammadu Buhari's administration and his party, the APC, had not lived up to the expectations of Nigerians.

He said, "APC promised during campaigns that if they came to power, they would reduce the price of fuel to N40 per litre, but under the administration, Nigerians buy fuel up to N400 per litre.

"They promised to create thousands of jobs when they come to power; but Nigerians end up losing jobs. The hunger we experience in this country as at today is too much. Look at the power sector, APC has not done anything to improve on what they met on ground," he said.


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