The All Progressives Congress in Lagos State has urged the Peoples Dem¬ocratic Party (PDP) to stop its unending criticism of Governor Akinwunmi Am-bode’s performance.
The party said the PDP has no moral right to criticise the APC having misruled Nigeria at the federal level for 16 years.
Joe Igbokwe, spokes¬man of the APC in the state noted that the PDP should bury its head in shame instead of criticising the commendable efforts of the APC- led government
He stated that the PDP was still suffering from the massive defeat it suffered in the last elections and would not see anything good in the APC-led government
He urged the PDP to stop making a mockery of itself by derid¬ing the performance of a governor who dealt it a big blow at the April 14 governorship election.
He noted that 100 days are periods of planning and foundation-laying and not periods to build skyscrap¬ers and bridges, as PDP is trying to make it.
The statement read, “First 100 days are periods of planning and foundation-laying and not periods to build skyscrapers and bridges. The PDP is a party that left no achievement despite being in control of tremendous resources while in power for 16 years.
“For a party that never built a hut in 16 years in power to now mask and revel over achievements in 100 days speaks of poorly rendered humour; the type that has afflicted the PDP since May 2015.
“First 100 days are planning periods and office holders are judged by that standard and not the desperate whims of a party in disarray. Besides, Lagos PDP needs to know that Governor Ambode needs not reinvent new wheels, hence, he is continuing with the highly celebrated achievements of former Governor Babatunde Fashola.”
Outlining Ambode’s achievements in the last 100 days, the APC spokesman said the governor had enhanced security and also embarked on several road constructions.
Igbokwe said the governor had also created other income-generating avenues.