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‘Stop monumental atrocities’, Sokoto APC warns Gov Tambuwal

All Progressives Congress

All Progressives Congress


The All Progressives Congress in Sokoto has warned the outgoing administration of the current governor of the state, Aminu Tambuwal to stop committing monumental atrocities and act sincerely.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, the Chairman of the party in the State, Isa Achida, said while addressing journalists in Sokoto on Wednesday, that the Tambuwal led-administration of the Peoples Democratic Party in the state, has done enough damage to the economy of the state, that will take the incoming government extraordinary efforts to amend.

“It is common knowledge that the outgoing administration has already committed monumental atrocities to the economy and social life of Sokoto state.

“This is such that even the most benevolent leadership will require extraordinary effort to surmount,” said Mr Achida.

“To add insult to injury, the outgoing administration is now engaged in making new appointments into the higher echelon of the state civil service,” he alleged.

“Moreso, making new appointments in traditional institutions, recruiting new and in some cases irrelevant staff and contract appointments to retired civil servants,” he added.

However, the APC chairman also alleged that cases of allocation of plots of land and public properties to individuals are being recorded, in the state.

“This is as well as making suspicious variations on some contracts intended to cover up cases of fraud,” he said.

According to the chairman, who said the party does not deny that the outgoing administration has the right to make appointments, he said APC is not interested in engaging in a war of words with the outgoing administration of the PDP.

“APC wishes to warn that while we do not deny that the outgoing administration has the prerogative to make allocations, appointments and orders.”

“Any of such made to preempt our government will be subjected to review, and where they infringe with any extant laws, will surely be set aside,” he said.

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