Ex-Kaduna deputy gov joins APC, says PDP burial for 2015

A Third Republic deputy governor of Kaduna state, Engr. James Bawa Magaji, yesterday formerly registered his membership with All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state and declared that the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will be buried during 2015 general elections.
Magaji who recently defected to APC obtained his membership at his Fadan Kaje Ward in Zangon Kataf local government area, added that PDP has overstayed in power and 2015 is their limited and there is no going back in actualization of change APC is championing in the country.

He said: “APC is leaving no one in doubt of the fact that its emergence in the Nigeria political space, is to bring change to Nigeria and Africa through progressive, people-oriented and purposeful leadership. Our people have suffered untold hardship in the last 15 years of very corrupt, indolent, incompetent and sophomoric leadership of the PDP despite the fact that accruable revenues to the country between 1999 to date; doubles total accrual to Nigeria between 1960 and 1999 when PDP came to power.”

He argued that the “excruciating situation has made Nigerians disillusioned, disoriented and disgruntled, which is responsible for the militancy in the Niger Delta, kidnappings, Boko Haram and all the insecurity tendencies presently bedeviling Nigeria.”

He added: “Unemployment, insecurity, open and outright sharing of public funds at all levels of government is the hallmark of its dispensation. Consequently, it behoves us, Nigerians, to ensure that no stone is left un-turned and no turn is left un-stoned, in our struggle to bring change to our country. We should vote out PDP at all levels and vote in APC at all levels in 2015.  There is no other time to do this than now, and there is nobody else to wait for than ourselves; as we demand for the change we seek.”

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