Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has insisted that his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, and President Muhammadu Buhari, have failed to deliver all the campaign promises to Nigerians.
Fayemi said APC leaders should take responsibility for the failure to deliver on their campaign promises, insisting that some of the country’s issues were on ground before Buhari’s government.
He pointed out that the party failed to deliver on its promises made to Nigerians in the areas of security, anti-corruption, and economic growth.
Speaking on Channels Television, Fayemi, the chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF) admitted that ruling party had fallen short of the expectations people had before they took power.
He stated that though some of the issues had been rocking the country before the Buhari’s government, however, the present administration should have taken responsibility for not delivering on campaign promises to Nigerians.
Fayemi said: “I’m not going to shy away from the expectations people had before we came to office. I was a leading player in the campaign that brought my principal ( Buhari) to power.
“We promised Nigerians quite a number of things, particularly centering on security, anti-corruption, and on economic growth. Have we been able to attain all of what we promised? Obviously not.”
Meanwhile, Former lawmaker representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Dino Melaye, on Friday apologized to God for supporting President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2015 general elections.
Melaye while speaking on Channels TV, also described the agenda of the President as the “greatest scam that came out of Africa”.
He noted that the Buhari government has failed Nigerians in all aspects from security to economy and infrastructure.
The former lawmaker said, “I apologise to God Almighty who is the Supreme Controller of the universe and to Nigerians for supporting Buhari.”
“The Buhari presidency in 2015 is the greatest scam that came out of Africa, because the subject matter Buhari is the greatest con that came out of Africa.”