JUST IN: I Am very Happy we Lost the AFCON Cup, Because APC Who Haven’t Shown Leadership Will Say It Came Cause Of Them – Ugezu J Ugezu

Nollywood actor and movie director, Ugezu Jideofor Ugezu, better known as Ugezu J Ugezu, has voiced his concerns regarding what would have been the potential reaction of the All Progressives Congress (APC) leadership if the Nigerian Super Eagles were to win the African Cup of Nations (AFCON)…..CONTINUE READING HERE

Ugezu J Ugezu made this statement on his verified Instagram page. According to him, he said “If Nigeria lifted that cup, APC who haven’t shown leadership will say it came cause of them”

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Ugezu alleged that in the event of a Nigerian victory in the (AFCON) tournament, (APC) leaders would likely attribute the success to their party, despite what he perceives as a lack of effective leadership from the (APC) thus far.

He said “+APC) merchants who have not shown any leadership so far would have said it came because of (APC),” Ugezu wrote, implying that the party might claim credit for the victory despite not actively contributing to it.

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Expressing frustration, Ugezu questioned whether Nigeria, often derogatorily labeled as the “Generator Nation” by South Africa on the global stage, could confront its realities. He urged the (APC) to address the nation’s pressing issues head-on rather than seeking credit for potential successes.

In his statement, Ugezu implored the (APC) to acknowledge the challenges facing the nation and take proactive steps towards addressing them. He highlighted the need for realistic assessments of Nigeria’s socio-economic and political matters, emphasizing the importance of confronting issues rather than evading them.

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“We have lost, can we now face our problems?” Ugezu rhetorically questioned, drawing attention to the urgency of addressing Nigeria’s underlying issues…..CONTINUE READING HERE