APC calls for strategic ideas on change agenda‎


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The All Progressives Congress (APC), on Thursday, called on members to generate strategic ideas for the successful implementation of government’s change agenda.

‎APC’s Deputy National Chairman (South), Mr Segun Oni, ‎made the call when he received a team from the Institute of Strategic Management, in Abuja.

According to him, the party is willing to work with every noble suggestion and idea that will see to the actualisation of its change agenda.

”We are willing to take useful suggestions and strategies from various institutions that have workable solutions and ideas to the country’s socio-economic challenges.

“We need the cooperation of all Nigerians especially institutions like yours that understand what we are trying to do and buy into it so that we can all join hands to ensure a smooth journey as a party and for Nigerians.

“We are determined that Nigeria will not continue in the way of the past, we are determined that Nigeria must change for better.

”We need every ally we can get; we have seen signs that things will change for the better very quickly, we are very sure of that.”

The Chairman of the Institute in the FCT, Mr Samuel Olaniran, said the team was at the secretariat to intimate the party of its annual conference.

”We believe that this government, with the platform on which they have come on board, is for things to change, change in governance, change in economic management and change in our social-cultural lives.

”We believe that the party is very relevant to what we want to discuss and what we can do as an institution is to support this government in order to change properly on the platform of strategy in every sector of the economy.”

Olaniran noted that the struggling economy solely dependent on earnings from the oil revenues was as a result of poor strategic planning.

He said with the rich potentials of the country in agriculture and natural resources, Nigeria’s socio-economic status should not struggle if there had been a proper strategic plan in place. (NAN)

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