Welfare, development of Nigerians, our concern – APC UK
…says we’ll pay Buhari’s nomination form fee in 2019
The United Kingdom Chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC), says it is main concern is the country’s development and well-being of Nigerians irrespective of political and social differences.
Prince Ade Omole, the Chairman of the party in United Kingdom stated this on Wednesday in a statement emailed to newsmen.
According to him, “We care about achieving the best for Nigerians in all facets of public policy, like President Muhammadu Buhari, we care about the future of our great nation, the future of our children, and the quality of life of all.”
The party chieftain added that the way Nigerians resolved their problems affected those in the Diaspora too.
He disclosed that this was the reason the APC UK had offered to pay for the Expression of Interest and Nomination form for President Muhammadu Buhari to re-contest in 2019 to enable him complete his infrastructural development.
He said the decision was also to enable Buhari to consolidate on the achievements of his administration in the last three years.
Omole said, “He deserves a second term and we are delighted that President Buhari has decided to go for re-election, and we shall support his bid fully.”
He further said, President Buhari has done more than expected by most Nigerians considering the situation in the country before he assumed office in 2015.
The UK APC Chair stressed that Buhari’s government was making steady progress especially in the areas of economy, tackling insecurity and corruption, electricity and transportation, adding that Buhari’s approach to Nigeria’s economic and security problems were sustainable and long-lasting which promoted opportunities for all.
“More so, Nigeria’s foreign reserves is presently over $46 billion dollars, the highest level in four years, inflation has fallen for 12 consecutive months.
“Over 108 billion naira has been saved from removal of maintenance fees payable to banks before Treasury Single Account (TSA) was fully implemented by this government,” Omole said.