The Centre for Democracy and Development(CDD) has taken a swipe at the Muhammadu Buhari Administration and the APC led government for having failed to fulfill most of its campaign promises especially medical tourism.
The group pointed out that the administration have failed woefully especially in fulfilling the promise of ‘ending medical tourism’ which it said is not even upheld by the President who is presently in London for medical treatment.
Revealing these in a two year assessment document on the performance of the present administration, CDD looked at the systematic performance accorded to the implementation of the 222 promises made by Mr President in a bid to bridge the gap between the governing and the governed.
According to the reports, the present administration has improved in its second year, however major promises such as creation of over 3 million jobs and steady power supply, have all not been met.
The two years assessment report revealed that five of the campaign promises have not and can not be achieved by the incumbent administration.
Although the report credited to incumbent administration for achieving seven of its campaign promises, part of which are the establishment of good working relationship between the north east and it’s environs and also to the international allies in a bid to stop Boko Haram.
Furthermore, the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) called for a more holistic approach in tackling issues rather than be stringent to fighting corruption and insecurities alone but take the progress to but the health and education sectors.