APC Committee report reflects yearnings of Nigerians

The All Progressives Congress (APC), South East Zone has said that the report of the party’s Committee on True Federalism reflected the yearnings of most Nigerians.

The APC South East Zonal Publicity Secretary, Chief Hycienth Ngwu, stated this in a statement issued today, Sunday in Enugu.
Ngwu also praised the Committee Chairman, Governor  Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State, for doing  what he regarded as a thorough job.
According to Ngwu, “The report is indeed a true reflection of the yearnings of most Nigerians, and it has proved beyond all reasonable doubt that the APC is determined to give Nigerians the real and positive change it promised.
“We believe that if the issues raised in the report are not politicised by the vocal few Nigerians, thereby subjecting the report to unnecessary debate with the intent to cause delay in its
implementation, Nigerians would experience harmonious co-existence in an atmosphere of peace and robust economic prosperity.
“We hereby appeal to other political parties and civil society groups to be nationalistic in their comments and views on the report. This shouldn’t be seen as APC affair, but Nigerian’s affair. We all must be committed to end these agitations.”
Ngwu further said: “We urge all peace loving Nigerians to accept this proposal and support the government of APC led by President Muhammadu Buhari for its obvious political-will to see to the implementation of the report.”
He said that the party believed that “it is the one-stop solution to the causes of various agitations that have for decades been plaguing our country, Nigeria.”

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