We Will Sweep PDP Out In 2015 – ACN

National Publicity Secretary of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) Alhaji Lai Muhammed on Wednesday assured Nigerians of the determination of the opposition party to sweep out PDP government in 2015.

Alhaji Lai who made the disclosure while fielding question from journalsit during the 6th annual Ramadan lecture organize by him in his country home Oro ,in Irepodun local government also noted that the issue is that of the whole oppositions in the country .

According to him the situation is like that of the Noah arc in which people are seriously looking what will save them.

He said the opposition is the next thing people are looking up to for them to be taken to where they desire.

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He noted that the opposition will soon sweep the opposition out of power .

On the issue of insecurity in the country the ACN spokesman said the Boko Haram issue was not handled well by the government in power.

He said the crisis was seen to have started as a mere agitation on alleged injustice done to the people.

He said when the issue was not handled properly it was hijacked by international .

He maintained that some fifth collumnist may have been benefiting from the situation as large sum of money is being invested by government on security and not much is achieved
He urged that the government should try as much in fighting poverty and unemployment to be able to put an end to the insicurity situation in the country.
On the issue of community policing Alhaji Lai said there is no alternative to community policing in the country.

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He said Nigeria has tried it in the past and it has worked ,adding that the big economis in the world today still make use of such community policing to check criminal activities in their communities.

He said the fear that states will use them against their opponent adding that such should not be the concern of the central government but rather they should look at the intrest of their people.

He said if such community policing are allowed the issue of language barrier in investigating crimes among others may not arise.

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