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2019 will be walkover for APC, Buhari – Lai Mohammed

2019 will be walkover for APC, Buhari – Lai Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has declared
that the 2019 election will be a walkover for the All Progressives
Congress, APC.

Mohammed anchored his claim on the fact that Nigerians are “wise,” adding that the ruling party is working assiduously.

Speaking in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital over the weekend, the
Minister insisted that the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration
has done so much to improve on infrastructure.

He said, “For me, 2019 will be a walkover for APC. I am not saying
this because I am the minister of Information but because I know
Nigerians to be very wise people, Nigerians know that this government is

“One of the major challenges we are facing is that we have refused to
put money in individuals pockets, rather we have resolved to make sure
that whatever resources that are available to this government, will be
used for the benefit of Nigerians.

“I can see what the infrastructure projects we are doing across the country can do in the people’s lives and the economy.

“As a political party, we can campaign on issues. We can say, this is
the number of people employed, inflation has fallen for 18 consecutive

“Nigerian Stock Exchange has been rated as one of the best 6 performing in the world.

“Under this administration, we have seen the completion of projects.
We inherited so many projects because we believe that government is a

“Some of these projects were started before we came in but were stalled either as a result of lack of funding or incompetence.

“We resolved that no infrastructure will suffer lack of funding, that
is why we set up a Presidential Infrastructure Funding N91bn to ensure
no project suffers for funding.

“We also took N100bn Sukuk Fund which was shared N16.6bn for each of
the six geopolitical zones for 25 critical projects and being funded by
the Sukuk fund.”
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