By Adnan Tudunwada
The member representing Kazaure/Roni/Gwiwa/Yankwashi Federal Constituency, Muhammad Gudaji, has said President Muhammadu Buhari was unfair to members of his party for his failure to offer them appointments despite their commitment to his electoral success.
He made the call while receiving an award of excellence from the students of Northwest University, Kano at his residence in Kano.
Mr. Gudaji, a staunch loyalist of the president, had previously defended Mr. Buhari’s policies in the House.
The member said failure to dissolve some boards and sack heads some of federal agencies that were appointed by former President Goodluck Jonathan was unfair treatment to APC members, whom he said struggled hard for the realization of his government.
“Most of these board members and heads of parastatals are part of those sabotaging the good efforts of this administration. They are PDP members but the president has failed to act by sacking them. It is time to appoint members that worked for our great party.
“I am calling on the President to do the needful, Nigerians are really suffering. By May next year, it will be exactly two years for the tenure to expire. Something critical has to be done about the economy and future of our great party.
“Although I must commend the effort of this administration in tackling the problem of insecurity, every Nigerian is aware of the progress recorded, but it is time for Nigerians to feel this change,” he said.
He also said he would contest for president in 2023, and continue where Mr. Buhari stops.
“I am assuring you that I will be contesting for president in 2023 after Buhari served a two-term tenure, and continue from where he stopped.
“Some people have made my English a subject of public ridicule, but I don’t give a damn about it because I am better than those members with Masters and PhD that cannot talk on the floor of the House and only read newspapers,” he said.
The member therefore thanked the students for finding him worthy of the award.
“You have added confidence and courage in the good work I started, and I will continue with it,” he added.