Nigerians Regret Voting for Buhari and APC – Former President of NANS

Spokesman of the Peoples Democratic Party in Akwa Ibom State, Comrade Iniobong Ememobong has said that Nigerians are already regretting why they voted for President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to Ememo­bong, a former National president of the Nigerian Association of Nigerian Students NANS, the great­est mistake committed by Nigerians since the country got her independence in 1960 is voting for Buhari in last year’s presidential elec­tion.
The PDP chieftain ac­cused Buhari of running a government of vendetta under the guise of fight­ing corruption, adding that Nigerians should oust the president from power in 2019.
Comrade Ememobong said the hardship current­ly faced by Nigerians has overwhelmed Buhari and economic team, attributing the situation to leadership failure, incompetence and lack of focus on the welfare of the people.
He also blamed the All Progressives Congress (APC) – led government at the centre, for working underground to cripple the opposition.
The state PDP spokes­man also said Presidency’s hands can not be ruled out in the lingering feud in the former ruling party.
Speaking in an interview with journalists in his home in Uyo, the State capital, the former Students’ leader cited two conflicting judg­ments in different courts, on the same issue involving the PDP, noting that such judicial misnomer was de­liberately orchestrated to create disunity in the party.
“The Presidency is ca­pable of doing the unthink­able because it is lawless. If not, how can one explain two conflicting judgments that one must be obeyed and the other ignored…?”, he queried.
He explained that the desperation of the APC –led central government could be understood from its gross under-perfor­mance since assuming the leadership of the country last year, adding that the pains it inflicted on the polity has further crashed opinion poll to a near zero, owing to harsh economic policies.
“The people will live to regret every vote they cast for Buhari and APC”, he noted, and urged Nigeri­ans to issue quit notice to Buhari for running a gov­ernment of vendetta, as op­posed to the people-orient­ed administration that the people yearned for.
He recalled that at the time President Goodluck Jonathan left office in 2015, the Nigerian economy was still ranked number one in Africa with Naira still at ap­preciable level against the Dollar.