APC Losing Relevance, Becoming Unpopular Due To Tinubu’s Harsh Economic Policies– Lukman Cries Out


A former National Vice Chairman North-West of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Salihu Lukman, has berated the party’s declining popularity due to Bola Tinubu’s policies, which are causing hardship for Nigerians.

Lukman, who disclosed this in a statement, warned that unless immediate action is taken to address the situation, the party risks facing internal rebellion.

He emphasized the importance of APC leaders reverting to their previous role as visionary politicians and spearheading substantial political reforms to realign the party with its original goal of being a progressive political force in Nigeria.

“Given this reality, it is painful to admit that both the APC as a party and the government of President Asiwaju Tinubu are becoming increasingly unpopular with Nigerians.

“No one should be deceived that given the way we are becoming more and more unpopular; we are faced with the risk of rebellion by ordinary Nigerians.

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“The truth is that given the fact that political opposition to APC is weak, and organisations of civil society in the country are also weak, the capacity to provide the needed leadership to the opposition against APC and President Asiwaju Tinubu may be nebulous and desperate, which could become a threat to democracy.

“To avert such danger, it is important that our leaders return to their old mode of acting as visionary politicians and initiate deeply more substantive political reforms in the country to reposition the APC and return it to its founding vision of becoming a progressive political,” he said.