No other government in Nigeria’s history, according to Senator Abdullahi Adamu, National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), can match the Buhari administration in terms of touching lives.
This was Adamu’s first address as the head of Nigeria’s ruling party.
Adamu made his debut at the Eagle Square Convention in Abuja on Saturday.
The ruling party’s chair also offered a hand of friendship to the candidates who dropped out of the contest, saying they will “succeed in God’s time.”
“On behalf of my colleagues, the newly elected members of the National Working Committee of our great party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), I would like to express our gratitude to Almighty God, our heartfelt thanks to our leader, President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, Governors in our Party’s fold, the Chairman and Members of the Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), delegates to the conv,”
“We embrace the enormous responsibility you have bestowed upon us, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that we meet your expectations for the greater welfare of our great party and our beloved nation.”
“For nearly seven years, APC administrations at the federal, state, and local levels have been fighting night and day to improve Nigerians’ livelihoods through a variety of policies, programs, and initiatives.
“No administration in the history of Nigeria has done as much as we have in terms of constructing critical infrastructure and improving the living standards of Nigerians.” Projects such as the Second Niger Bridge, the complete rehabilitation of the Lagos-Ibadan dual carriageway, the Lagos-Ibadan express rail, the Abuja-Kaduna express light rail, the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano pipeline, and many others that were once only in the dreams of Nigerians have either been started and completed during our Administration or have been inherited in abandoned conditions and have made rapid progress in the last seven years.
“No government, no matter how hard it tries, can please everyone. Some tasks will always remain unfinished, and all completed tasks will require ongoing maintenance, extension, and development.”