The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Abdullahi Ganduje, has called on African leaders to provide good governance to their people as a way of preventing military coups on the continent. He made this call on Sunday when he hosted a delegation from Ghana’s ruling party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP), led by its National Chairman, Mr. Stephen Ntim, at his residence in Abuja.
Ganduje said that good governance was the key to ensuring stability and democracy in Africa, noting that the recent military interventions in some West African countries were a threat to the democratic gains made by the region. He stressed that the ruling parties of Nigeria and Ghana, as well as other African countries, should share ideas and experiences on how to deliver on the expectations of their citizens and improve their living standards.
“This kind of visit is important and good to help us exchange ideas on how to deliver good governance to the people, and this can even reduce the tide of military incursions that we are witnessing recently. While we are discouraging military coups, we must improve our governance systems.