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What do you think? Strictly Politics


One obvious challenge currently staring APC in the face is the problem of maintaining order in its house added to the moral obligation of meeting expectations. This, in the long run, will prove if indeed APC possesses the qualification to be called a true national party or a party for the select few. Perhaps, in time, the APC may turn out worse than it’s predecessor unless apcurgent drastic measures are taken. Senator Bukola Saraki and Hon. Yakubu Dogara may be happy they have
thrown the sucker punch. Why not? That is the sad state of politics in Nigeria. But if one should dispassionately and diligently analyze the recent events in Nigeria’s National Assembly as regards the emergence of the Assemblies’ leadership, then the obvious thread which would emerge will be thus: the APC, from available indications, seems to be
a house divided against itself. And one need not go far to imagine the disastrous consequences of bickering and strife amongst kith…

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