ENUGU, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)- The former Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has urged APC National Chairman Umar Ganduje to apprise President Bola Tinubu of the genuine concerns of Nigerians, emphasizing the need to break free from the insulated environment of the Presidential Villa.
The former Governor spoke on Tuesday at a book presentation: ‘APC & Transition Politics’, authored by Salihu Lukman, an APC chieftain.
Fayemi highlighted the party’s role in policy-making and stressed the importance of providing accurate feedback from communities for effective governance.
Fayemi said: “I am happy that our chairman is here. This is the party that should not be a spectator in policy making.
“This party should be the one to project the manifesto of the party.
“This party should be the one to tell Mr. President that this is the feedback from the communities and constituencies out there, not what he is hearing in the villa where he is locked up.”