Former National Vice Chairman North-West of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Salihu Lukman, has expressed his concerns over the party’s leadership since coming to power in 2015, stating that it has been marred by crises.

In a statement released on Saturday, Lukman highlighted that while the APC initially presented a well-defined vision in its manifesto, this vision was abandoned after winning the 2015 elections. He remarked, “It was discarded and like the PDP, the APC continue to lead ‘Nigeria from one crisis to another, lurching deeper into political anarchy, economic decline, and social disillusionment.’”

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Lukman emphasized that despite the APC’s plans for the nation’s security and advancement, it could not implement its vision, leading to a situation where the party merely made promises without delivering. He lamented, “It is quite painful to admit that the crisis of insecurity in the country today is worse than it was in 2015. It has further deepened the economic crisis because many farmers have abandoned their farms.”

He also pointed out that some of the positive strides made in agricultural production under policies like the Anchor Borrower Program and the ban on food imports during the Buhari administration were undermined by the ongoing security crisis.