The All Progressives’ Congress has again assured Nigerians of President Buhari regime’s capacity, intent and urgency to check and contain all criminalities for the safety of the people.
This is according to a statement signed on Friday by the National Secretary, APC Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, Dr John Akpanudoedehe, titled ‘APC 2021 Christmas Message’.
According to him, the APC joined Christians and indeed all Nigerians in marking the joyful occasion of Christmas which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.
The party urged all to use the joyful season to give and show love to fellow men, particularly the needy and vulnerable.
It also urged “prayers and support for our selfless security and other essential services massively deployed around the country to ensure safe travel and Yuletide festivities.
“We assure citizens of President Muhammadu Buhari government’s capacity, intent and urgency to check and contain all criminalities so that Nigerians can go about their legitimate activities across the country safely.
Acknowledging the need to visit and celebrate with family, friends and loved ones, the APC warned against apathy to Covid-19 safety measures, urging Nigerians to be “mindful of the Covid-19 global pandemic, particularly the recent wave of the Omicron variant.
It said; “We encourage citizens to take the widely available vaccines and adhere to public health protocols to halt the spread of the virus.
On the Electoral Bill, the party said, “We remain solidly committed and support constitutionally-permitted as well as practical innovations and processes that will improve the transparency and credibility of Nigeria’s electioneering processes and internal democracy, specifically the nomination of political party candidates.
Lauding the recently-launched National Development Plan (2021-2025), the party said the NDP “would further spur Nigeria to achieve robust development through the use of science, technology and innovation to drive growth.
Christmas: APC assures Nigerians of President Buhari’s capacity to deliver