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"May APC be our last political mistake, APC and PDP are not the same," FS Yesufu says

Since yesterday that the National Bureau of Statistics announced the unemployment rate in Nigeria, people have been reacting angrily and blaming the present administration. Some persons classified the unemployment rate as wickedness from the side of the government.

A Nigerian man identified as FS Yesufu, while reacting to the unemployment statistics, stated that APC should be the last political mistake in Nigeria. He revealed that APC and PDP are not the same, and he doesn't mind being political about it because the fact is very incandescent.

He further stated that Buhari met the unemployment rate at 10.4% and fired it up to 33.3%, adding that people should not talk about the indicators.

He wrote:

Buhari met the unemployment rate at 10.4% and fired it up to 33.3%. Let's not talk about other indicators. APC and PDP are not the same! Yes, I want to be political about this, as the fact is very incandescent! May APC be our last political mistake.

Nigerian who came across the post shared by FS Yesufu stated that both APC and PDP are the same. They said PDP was holding it until the main business starts which are total enslaving, adding that the politicians decamping and coming back are the same people for God-sake. They also shouted Amen to Yesufu prayer.

Others questioned about insecurity, foreign debt and inflation, adding that data would judge the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (NASS) if they cannot perform their duties. See more reactions below.

Do you think political parties have anything to do with the unemployment rate in Nigeria recently? Kindly use the comment box and air your views.

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