All Progressives Congress, APC presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba who withdrawn interest and resigned from the party on Wednesday has apologized to Nigerian youths for the position he took in support of President Muhammadu Buhari administration.
Adamu Garba who took to his Instagram page few hours ago said things are getting worst in the country, adding, it is better for people to keep “dying and giving up on the country than to live and stay here”.
Adamu Garba accused Buhari led government of over-financialisation of the country’s political atmosphere.
Adamu Garba words read thus:
I write to sincerely apologize for any of my actions or inactions that might have affected our relationship over time.
Though inexcusable, I took these actions due to the following reasons:
1. I’m a radical patriotic Nigerian and can’t stand anything that threatens the stability and security of this country.
2. I had such high hopes that things will eventually get better, even as it get worst.
3. I do not accept anything that could truncate our democracy & freedom.
It appears I was wrong in some ways, because things didn’t eventually get better, and in fact, it kept getting worst.
I kept my hopes alive with the belief that changes can better be made from within. But is clear to me that in APC, there’s no plans or future for innovative youth.
Painfully so is the over-financialisation of the political atmosphere.
In a third world country where money is generated from natural resources and not human brains, once financialised, there will be no incentive for human lives to get better. Resource will be the focus of leaders.
This means, to some extend, it is better for people to keep dying and giving up on the country than to live and stay here.
The more they die or suffer or vacate the country, the less competition and pressure on the resources. That’s why our leaders don’t care, but we should.
I promise you that I am now a fully reformed, baptized and have realized some of my mistakes. I’m ready to move along with you to chat a new course for the future of Nigeria.
We can’t do this with leaders living in the past.
I have a new deal for you. A NEW DEAL for the future.
You have been making me since 2017, I’ve been there for you. You know me, as I endeavor to speak my mind, no filters, no packaging so that you can continue to make and shape me
You have shaped me enough, it is time to test me. It’s time to try a VISION beyond any past experiences.
I am the leader you made. Take me, for my mistakes and imperfections and for my good vision, plans and dreams for Nigeria.
In the 21st Century, we should replace all forms of past experiences with a Vision for the future. This is A NEW DEAL I have for you.
Kindly accept my apologies.