What PDP needs to learn – Ondo guber aspirant


Odunayo Akinrinsola
Odunayo Akinrinsola, a governorship aspirant in Ondo State, Nigeria on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC), believes the Peoples Democratic Party will hardly find any space in future elections in the country after a woeful performance in the 2015 general election. He also speaks on the anti-corruption fight of President Muhammadu Buhari and other issues in this interview with EROMOSELE EBHOMELE, our correspondent, and other journalists in Lagos State
Q: It has been 100 days plus that President Muhammadu Buhari got into office and there have been various comments from various quarters. How would you assess the President’s performance so far?
People find it difficult to believe the fact about development. When you are talking about change, it is not a static process but a continuous process. It is a process you hardly see working but when you patiently study it, you realise it is taking a momentary move in a way that it doesn’t stop. In the last 100 days, President Muhammadu Buhari has performed creditably well. The gesture of Buhari alone has made every sector of the country to fall into the norm of that change and you can see things working in a way that you can now say within 100 days, Buhari has done tremendously well. Though, some people are saying he is a slow worker, but the question we should ask ourselves is, despite being slow in working, has he ever worked back? It is good to be slow in walking and working than not to have a destination. So what he has done within a short time is an indication that he knows why he is there and what he is there to do.
Can you be specific sir?
Let us look at our refineries, when last did any of our refineries worked? And that was …Read More

Source:: PM Newspaper