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Hardship: We warned Nigerians against voting APC –Tambuwal

Former Governor of Sokoto State and Senator representing Sokoto-South, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has described the current hardship in the country as a repercussion of re-electing…

Former Governor of Sokoto State and Senator representing Sokoto-South, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has described the current hardship in the country as a repercussion of re-electing the All Progressives Congress (APC) government in 2023.

Speaking during a stakeholders meeting of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Sokoto on Sunday, Tambuwal said, “during our campaigns in 2023, we warned Nigerians not to repeat the mistake of voting APC into power because they have nothing positive to offer them.”

“We told them APC are not prepared to lead this country. What they wanted was to grab power and see them into offices.

“Now they have grabbed the power and are into offices but don’t know what to do with it.

“And life is becoming unbearable to many Nigerians because of their failure,” he added.

The former governor, however, called on the opposition to join hands and ensure the APC party lose in the next election.

“It is our collective responsibility to ensure APC loses at all levels of government,” he said

He commended leaders of the party for holding the party together and making it wax stronger.

Earlier, the state chairman of the party, Bello Goronyo, claimed that some APC bigwigs, including serving commissioners had indicated interest to join the PDP.

He was optimistic that the PDP would reclaim the state in the next election.

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