– Shekarau says President Buhari has disappointed Nigerians
– The former minister said the change the APC preached is not felt
– He urged Nigerians to give the PDP a chance
The former minister of education Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of being insensitive to the myriad of problems ordinary Nigerians are facing.
Malam Shekarau also berated the APC-led federal government for turning a blind eye to the hunger that is ravaging average family in the country.
The former minister was addressing his supporters at his residence while constituting a 44 man sub-committee saddled with the responsibility of repositioning the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state.
Shekarau who lamented over the unfortunate poverty level affecting Nigerians said that those promoting the change mantra have now chained the populace with hunger, poverty, illiteracy and embarrassing fuel queues that have become eye sore at our nation’s capital and in all the 36 states of the federation with no end in sight despite all promises.
He appealed to Nigerians to trust PDP once again and do away with a party that has opportunist in its ranks and file which has turned people’s lives into squalor and misery.
The two-time governor of Kano State questioned when Nigerians will start enjoying the change they were promised one year after APC took over.
He noted that the first quarter of the year has already passed without a working budget for the country.
Turning to the committees, he urged them to work in unity and charged them to work harder and restore the glory the PDP had in the state.
Shekarau said that people of Kano have confidence in the party and as such their duty will not be fruitless.
He therefore appeal to members of the committees to penetrate all nooks and crannies in the state in order to revive the party and reposition it for future elections.