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APC’s Victory: Expression Of People’s Liberation – Akume

The senate minority leader, Senator Goerge Akume said on Wednesday that the victory of the presidential candidate of the All Progressive...

The senate minority leader, Senator Goerge Akume said on Wednesday that the victory of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), General Muhammadu Buhari is a clear expression of the feelings of the people who are liberated.

Akume who has jus returned the senatorial seat of the Benue North West stated this in Makurdi while fielding questions from newsmen.

He said the generality of the people of the state and country were aggrieved and that they made a choice which was well respected by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The former Benue State governor who described the emergency of Buhari as timely further said the country is faced with critical challenges including insecurity, economic downturn, massive corruption and abject poverty which he said the Jonathan administration failed to tackle.

“This election and the victory of General Buhari is the expression of the people’s feelings because the people were aggrieved and they made a choice which was well respected by INEC.

This victory is apt because Nigeria is faced with security challenges, serious economic problems and abject poverty, there is corruption which is massive and the Jonathan administration failed to address it.”

Akume stated. He further noted that the opposition APC will reduce unemployment and checkmate the corrupt practices at the centre, urging all leaders not to allow democracy to die and should also not undermine the interest of the people.
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