Lagosâ€”The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, yesterday in Lagos advised Acting President Goodluck Jonathan to make President Umaru Yarâ€™Aduaâ€™s seven-point agenda his priority.
â€œJonathan should concentrate more on the seven-point agenda which has not even been touched,â€ Lagos State Secretary of APGA, Mr Nkem Lemchi, said in an interview with newsmen.
He noted that Jonathanâ€™s administration was a continuation of Yarâ€™Aduaâ€™s administration.
â€œWhat Nigerians expect from him is just to concentrate on the agenda, particularly power,â€ he said.
Lemchi said that the implementation of the agenda would reduce the problems ofÂ Nigerian masses.
â€œNigerians will be happy, corruption will be lessened, investors will come in and there will be room for employment,â€ the secretary argued.
Lemchi also implored Jonathan not to allow sycophants and other unpatriotic people to distract him. He urged him to guard his integrity.
He appealed to Nigerians to cooperate with the acting president to enable him discharge his duties well.
Lemchi described Jonathanâ€™s redeployment of some Ministers as a step in the right direction, saying that it was acceptable by the majority of the citizens.