A clergy, Professor Daddy Hezekiah, has said the APC will regret nominating President Buhari for the 2019 elections – Hezekiah, the Chancellor of Hezekiah University, Umudi in Imo state, said the APC should have presented an alternative to Nigerians –
The clergyman also opined that Buhari had not done things to improve the economy and the country’s infrastructure The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) will regret nominating President Muhammadu Buhari for a second term in office, a clergyman has said. Professor Daddy Hezekiah, the Chancellor of Hezekiah University, Umudi in Imo state, opined that, given the performance of the ruling party, the APC should have presented an alternative to Nigerians for the 2019 presidential election.
The educationalist, who is also founder of Living Christ Mission Church, spoke to journalists in Owerri on Saturday, December 15 on the state of the nation. According to him, the president had disappointed the citizens, stressing that Buhari had not done things to improve the economy and the country’s infrastructure.
His words: “Honestly, I don’t know why APC presented Buhari again. I am not for anybody or any political party, but I think that APC would have nominated another person for the office of the president. “Under Buhari, poverty, unemployment and killings increased.
The dearth of infrastructure, especially lack of road is alarming. In seeking re-election the president must first present his scorecard to Nigerians.” Meanwhile, the director general of the Atiku Campaign Organisation, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, says President Buhari has failed to deliver his contract of job creation to Nigerians.
The former Ogun state governor said this during his appearance recently in a popular political programme on Channels Television. READ ALSO: Access your favourite news site Legit.ng instantly in 3 simple steps He said the president during the 2015 campaigns, had promised to provide about three million jobs but failed to do so, adding that President Buhari at the time, said if he failed to fulfill the promise, then Nigerians were at liberty to choose another leader.