We Promised Change, Now There’s Huge Change In Nigeria – Amaechi

On November 19, 2018 32 Comments

The Director General of the Buhari Campaign Organisation and the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, says the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration has lived up to the 2015 campaign promises by delivering the change promised.

Amaechi said this on Sunday during an interview on Channels Television programme, Sunday Politics. According to him, this is the reason why President Muhammadu Buhari is embarking on a 2019 elections campaign called the ‘Next Level’.

“What we are saying to Nigerians is that we will not lose focus. We are going to focus on infrastructure; we are dealing with roads, water, power, and railways. We are also improving on our seaport.

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“We are saying to Nigerians, trust us. We promised change, now there’s a huge change in Nigeria. We are not going back to the economy where people just cart away funds,” he said.


The Minister explained further that the Buhari-led administration deserves to be trusted due to the projects delivered during the years of APC governance.

“Few months after coming to government, we commissioned the Kaduna-Abuja railway, does that not deserve another trust. We are working on Lagos-Ibadan railway. Work is ongoing on the Lagos-Ibadan highway.

“Power has improved from 3,000 megawatts that we met it to 7,000 megawatts and we are discharging about 5,000 megawatts.

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“We are working every day. It is work in progress, so Nigerians need to trust us.”


Comments (32)

  1. Anonymous says:

    I wonder the magic Apc will do to win this election when there is hunger in the land instead of building factries and industries or bring in investors the are busy sharing 10k to masses those who have sold there future by accepting 10k as part of there share after 4 yrs in power.my people who do una abeg

  2. Anonymous says:


    Next level of recession?
    Next level of hunger?
    Next level of lies, deceit and propaganda?
    Next level of extrajudicial killings by security forces?
    Next level of flagrant disobedience of court orders?
    Next level of job loss?
    Next level of Fulani herdsmen killings?
    Next level of being the poverty capital of the world?
    Next level of empty promises?
    Next level of lopsided appointments?
    Next level of authority stealing?
    Next level of media trial?
    Next level of of political incarceration?
    Next level of acute corruption in NNPC?
    Next level of borrowing?
    Next level of using 3.5 to feed zakzaky daily?
    Next level of IPOB and Shiite killings?
    Next level of rat chasing the president out of office?
    Next level of of the president spending months in the hospital in a foreign land?
    Next level of having no project to their name?
    Next level of tyranny?
    Next level of forgery?
    Next level of calling the youths lazy?
    Next level of calling Nigerians mad people?
    Next level of of pretending to be fighting corruption, while dining with the most corrupt people?
    Next level of of not knowing what subsidy is, yet paying higher than previous government?
    Next level of Jubrin/Buhari scenario?

    The truth is that if Buhari comes, he will take the sufferings of Nigerians to the next level!
    He took it a notch higher when he had a lot of things to lose, imagine what he would do when he has nothing to lose.

    We totally reject Change with Nothing to show for it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ofcourse there are huge change in Nigeria; from 87 naira fuel pump price to 145naira, loss of millions of jobs, unhindered killings by Herdsmen, abuse of court ruling, mass poverty and the killing of the Naira…what more change can Buhari bring!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I don’t blame President Buhari,
    I don’t blame the APC,
    I don’t even blame any politician from any other political party,


    Few months after he was sworn-in in 2015 he looked you into the eyes and denied ever making campaign promises to Nigerians, he allegedly said that it was the APC that made those promises and not him.

    Not long after that he granted his rare interview admitting that old age will limit his performances, let us not go further but work with this two points.

    Now a man that denied ever making any promises to you barely three years ago when there are still video clips of himself promising to make a dollar equal to a naira and leading the fight against the dreaded Boko Haram from the front as a general is back again with loads of empty promises and you are falling into his trap?

    By the way where did he get the energy he openly admitted he had not in 2015 to lead you to the next level?

    You swallowed the promises of change in 2015 without knowing that it was a change from affordable living to excruciating pain and now NEXT LEVEL?

    You will definitely experience NEXT LEVEL OF HARDSHIP under Buhari if he wins the 2019 presidential election.

    Look at how a Pastor who is meant to be “the Christ “ that the congregation see diverted money meant to save Nigerians who are refugees in Nigeria from imminent hunger and he is confidently asking for another four years and you are listening to him; shame on you guys.

    Shame on you for planning to vote Buhari again!

    Look critically at the picture and tell me how you are convinced that this man has the ability to turn around the fortunes of over 180 million people for the better.

    I’m not asking you for a DNA please.
    ~~Magnus John

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