Action Democratic Party (ADP), has said that the kidnap of over 90 school girls in Dapchi, Yobe state marks the countdown to the end of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) led administration.
The ADP National Chairman, Engr. Yabaji Sani, also described the APC government as a “rag-tag’ organisation, which sold only images to Nigerians during the 2015 general elections.
Sani, who spoke in Abuja yesterday while reacting to the abduction of Dapchi girls, said: “I’m not surprised that the countdown to the end of this (APC) government has started because that was what happened to Jonathan’s administration.
“The countdown began with the Chibok Girls because the newspapers were telling Nigerians the number of days the girls were away, and that was the countdown to that administration because there was insecurity but today, added to insecurity, is unprecedented level of hanger which this government has visited on Nigerians.
“So, APC is a rag-tag organisation we know, they have nothing to offer, even at the highest level of government, stealing is going on, documented stealing, so what do you expect?,” he queried.
He continued: “It is not surprising because this is a government that lacks capacity, vision, organization and credibility. When a government does not have all these, certainly it cannot deliver on its mandate and the tragedy was that when APC was campaigning, it sold to Nigerians images and personalities.
“It never brought out any programme that Nigerians can hold it on. It was only change. Change for what? So, we are now in a situation where is like from fry pan to fire. Look at the economic indices, poverty is at the highest level, so is endemic all over the place. Insecurity in so high, kidnapping is everywhere and government is at the lowest level.
“Nigerians have demonstrated that they hate corruption that was why when Buhari was brought up with his track record people had expected that integrity would translate to good governance, but good governance cannot happen in a vacuum. And that is what we are having.