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Nigerian Politics: Same Old Wine In A New Bottle By Osayimwen Osahon George

 
 
 
 

APC National Chairman Chairman John Oyegun, Vice Presidential Candidate Prof. Yomi Osinbajo and APC Presidential Candidate Muhammadu Buhari

APC National Chairman Chairman John Oyegun, Vice Presidential Candidate Prof. Yomi Osinbajo and APC Presidential Candidate Muhammadu Buhari

A careful research on the members of both dominant parties namely PDP and APC will generate the conclusion that the same people who have plotted the graph of backwardness of the country have only come under a new name to foster their nefarious acts. It’s still the same old story of the PDP being tagged as evil while some of their key members with questionable pasts are adopted by the APC for a new course. The predicted result is the application of the same old values and ideologies to a new political setting which presumably will yield the same outcome as we have had in the past.
 
There have been a lot of political chants about “change” as well as “transformation” by the members of the All Progressives Congress and the People’s Democratic Party respectively. They both form the two dominant political parties of the multiparty system practiced in Nigeria today. Nigerians have aligned themselves consciously as well as unconsciously with both political parties. It’s a welcome development given the history of apathy, distrust and negligence that has marred the electoral system over time. Suddenly, the electorates are becoming so vibrant; they have assumed their constitutional roles of being kingmakers. The recently concluded presidential elections that ushered in General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) is a political warning shot to all public office holders. It restored the power and dignity of the ballot box.  READ MORE HERE

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