National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, has said that the party is least concerned about the toga of “too slow” tagged on the new government it heads after two months in office.
Odigie-Oyegun, who stated this at a reception held in Kafur to honour Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State at the weekend, pointed out that the party had to concentrate on laying a solid foundation for proper take-off.
“We are not disturbed, anybody who makes a judgment of four years period in two months, something is obviously wrong. There is three years, ten months, just hold your judgment”, he said
The APC chair noted that the best service must be given to Nigerians, stressing that within two months, the country had earned and enjoyed great respect internationally more than what the party’s predecessors had got in its entire years.
On the lingering leadership crisis in the National Assembly, Oyegun said it was not unexpected as members did not adhere to party instructions and injunctions, warning that the APC cannot afford indiscipline in its rank.
“We’re really disappointed with what happened. We’re upset. But that is now behind us. What is for us now is the President’s programmes and progress”, he said.