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Don’t just condemn, show us the way—  APC Spokesman 

Don’t just condemn, show us the way—  APC Spokesman

In a recent interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today, Felix Morka, the spokesperson for the All Progressives Congress (APC), emphasized the need for constructive criticism from the opposition rather than mere condemnation.

Morka expressed concerns that the opposition, particularly the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party (LP), have failed to provide viable solutions to Nigeria’s challenges.

Morka underscored that it is insufficient for the opposition to criticize solely without offering concrete alternatives. He challenged opposition leaders to demonstrate the effectiveness of their proposed strategies, often referred to as “silver bullets,” if they claim the government is not adequately addressing Nigeria’s issues.

While acknowledging the challenges facing the nation, Morka urged patience with the current administration, highlighting its relatively short tenure. He emphasized the administration’s commitment to addressing fundamental problems through bold initiatives and policies.

“This government is not one year. We are a few months,” Morka reiterated, urging citizens to consider the government’s efforts in tackling entrenched issues. He characterized the difficulties encountered as temporary obstacles on the path to national progress.

Morka’s statements come amid ongoing debates over the performance of the Tinubu-led government. 

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