APC government has made giant strides in socio-economic sector despite COVID -19 pandemic, says Tuggar


Ambassador Tuggar during the revalidation of his CPA membership in Udubo, Gamawa LGA, Bauchi

By Segun Awofadeji

Nigerian Ambassador to Germany Yusuf Tuggar said that despite the global challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and declining revenues, the federal government led by the All Progressives Congress (APC) has recorded many achievements in the socio-economic sectors of the nation. .

The ambassador who made the statement yesterday during the revalidation and registration of his APC membership in Udobo, Gamawa local government area in Bauchi state, said the APC is investing in Vital infrastructure projects that not only spawn economic development but also improve the overall human resource index in Nigeria.

He added that the federal government has attracted funding from German state bank KfW, European export credit agencies and the construction of the 283 km line from Kano to Maradi in the Republic of Niger.

According to him, “Since our great Party, the Congress of All Peoples, APC, was founded on February 5, 2013, we have remained determined and deeply committed to moving the nation forward.

“Over the past year, despite global challenges, made worse by the coronavirus pandemic and declining government revenues, the Federation government led by President Muhammadu Buhari has continued to make giant strides in the areas infrastructure development in particular.

Tuggar who was visibly excited added that “President Muhammadu Buhari has recorded milestones in the provision of infrastructure unprecedented in our recent history, the completion of the Abuja-Kaduna, Lagos-Ibadan railway line, the second Niger bridge. , among many others ”.

“This rail project is expected to boost trade in the region and help make Nigeria an export hub.”

The ambassador said the CPA membership campaign will not only strengthen its base at the constituency level, but will strategically locate and mobilize more support and goodwill for the party in Bauchi and across the country.

Tuggar, who called on old members to come out and revalidate their party membership, called on new members to register and join the APC in order to strengthen the party’s membership base.

“Finally, I urge old and new party supporters to remain peaceful and law-abiding citizens, in particular by cooperating with law enforcement to combat the nefarious activities of criminals,” he said. spear.

The exercise which began on February 9, 2021 is expected to last two weeks.


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