ABP Presidential Candidate accused Federal Govt. of  imposing hardship Policies on Nigerians

ABP Presidential Candidate accused Federal Govt. of imposing hardship Policies on Nigerians.

By Pam Moses

The Presidential Candidate of the All Blending Party (ABP) during the 2019 General Elections Hon.Moses Godia Shipi has accused the Federal Government under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari for imposing hardship on Nigerians, saying when hardship is much on the masses the outcome will be crime.

According to him, no nation will grow or developed with hard government policies.

The Presidential Candidate in a Press statement signed and Issue to Journalists on Saturday in Jos said all crimes and ills in the Country are product of hardship imposed by the Federal Government Policies.

The recent VAT increase, the exchange rate at N360 to $1 and the bank interest rate also at 30%, are wrong policies that is centered toward enslaving the masses. He added that the government economy plans are directly against the poor.

Hon. Moses urged the Federal government instead of increase of VAT, why not empower the FIRS to tighten up their efforts in mobbing up the 5% VAT.

The National chairman who was also the chief Executive officer of La-shipson Construction Company advised the Federal Government and APC Administration to urgently take steps to address the challenges of Nigerians instead of increasing hardship.

“The Federal government must eradicate poverty in Nigeria by Creating Jobs, Tackling Insecurity, industrialization, Improving the standard of living of Nigerians, providing Adequate power supply, Improving the education sector and Providing quality health care services”.

He however call on Youths to be proactive since the government is failing in it responsibility, ” we must look up to God, be productive and creative.

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ABP Presidential Candidate accused Federal Govt. of imposing hardship Policies on Nigerians

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