The Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) mocks the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its authorities for staging one more shameless media stunt to once more mislead Nigerians forward of the 2023 elections with the disclosure of pretend rice pyramids in Abuja, which are actually generally known as “pyramids of lies”.
Nigerians are already conscious and pictures abound of how the APC and their authorities “create” faux rice pyramids out of sandbags and repackaged rice stacked on picket pyramid constructions simply because it was destroyed in an APC managed state within the Southwest in 2018.
In fact, there’s nothing to have a good time in APC’s pyramid of lies in Abuja. It’s fairly embarrassing that APC leaders are as soon as once more ridiculing President Muhammadu Buhari by having him reveal pyramids of supposedly imported overseas rice that’s repackaged as regionally produced, solely to create the impression of a rise in native manufacturing below their supervision.
If certainly there is a rise in native rice manufacturing as APC needs Nigerians to imagine, how come the value of rice has not gone down however continues to rise from round N8,000 per bag that the PDP handed over to APC in 2015 to round N30,000 per bag at the moment?
It’s on file that the PDP turned the watery lands of a number of states in our nation into large facilities of rice manufacturing with farms and mills bobbing up everywhere in the nation, resulting in a rise in native manufacturing, a drastic drop in imports and the celebrated reasonably priced meals costs. merchandise below the administration of the PDP.
Painfully, the APC, with its incompetence, counterproductive insurance policies, and incurable corruption, reversed all of the achievements of the PDP within the agricultural sector and triggered a decline in manufacturing that led to the excessive price of meals in our nation at the moment.
Nigerians can bear in mind how the APC-led administration failed to guard our farmers, and specifically the way it blamed greater than 40 rice farmers killed by terrorists in Borno State as an alternative of going after their assailants.
Subsequently, APC’s pyramids of lies are nothing greater than large indicators of its failings and its irreparable tendency to lies, deception, deceit and false efficiency claims, even within the face of unbearably excessive meals prices, the meals inflation fee of twenty-two.95 p.c and our nation’s rating 98th out of 107 on the World Starvation Index.
It’s clear that with the 2023 elections in sight, the APC is determined to push its stock-in-trade, pyramid of lies, propaganda, deceit and false claims with which they stole energy in 2015.
What APC has not realized is that 2023 isn’t 2015. Nigerians have found APC’s deceptions and never even these “pyramids of lies” may help APC in 2023.
Honorable Debo Ologunagba
nationwide publicity secretary