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NASS Resumption: Nigerians’ Expectations, High Over Economic Recession – APC Chieftain

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The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, has called on members of the both chambers to urgently treat the current economic recession as a matter national importance by making recommendations to the executive for the sake of ordinary Nigerians even as they resume from recess on Monday

While dismissing the called by the opposition People Democratic Party (PDP) on President Muhammadu Buhari to resign, Comrade Frank said that most Nigerians still believe in the leadership of President Buhari and the APC.

The APC chieftain, in a released signed by him further posited that Nigerians are anxiously waiting for the resumption of their representatives at the National Assembly so as to join President Buhari’s team in the struggle to bring succour to the current economic hardship in the land.

“I think it is shameful and unheard of for the degraded PDP carcass to call for Mr. President’s resignation. It is clear that PDP is not in tune with what is happening all over the world.”

He, however, called on Nigerians not to take the party serious.

A statement signed in Abuja on Thursday, the APC chieftain said though the economic recession is a global problem, “it is expected of leaders at all level to ensure the well being of their citizens” which, he said APC is committed to.

“I want commend the leadership of the Senate under Senator Bukola Saraki and the House of Representative ably led by Hon. Yakubu Dogara for their commitment to ensure that APC government succeed.

“I must at this point in time tell the NASS leadership not to shine away from telling the executive the bitter truth even if it will cost some Ministers and managers of our economy their jobs for the sake of Nigerians and the betterment of our economy. In the light of this I want to support the promise made by the Senate President recently that upon resumption, the National Assembly will make tough recommendations to Mr. President. Nigerians are waiting.

“Both Senate and the House of Representatives should employ the service of experts on what to do urgently to rescue the nation out of recession before it gets to depression, God forbid! Even our opposition lawmakers at this point should forget about their political affiliations, and join hands with their leadership for the sake of Nigeria because Nigeria first.

While calling on all Nigerians to continue to support the government and APC, he added that: “There is no doubt that the APC government will succeed and bring the expected changes under President Buhari but folding arms when actions are needed will be tantamount to evil. Nigeria shall be great again under APC.”

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