The statement said the party and indeed all well-meaning Nigerians are now 'sore worry over how other world leaders have been perceiving our President, who has not only failed in governance but has continued to demarket
our nation in the international community.'
'Politicians have used fake news to embarrass, demarket
and blackmail their opponents so as to get that much-needed, but undue, electoral advantage over such opponents.
Also, the Chairman and the Pro-Chancellor of the university, Prof Tunde Samuel, warned that it would be a great disservice to the country for rumour peddlers and militant unionists to demarket
the university for primordial gains, saying this may hamper the glowing future of the institution.
Can't you actually demarket
your services by having more patients than you can handle in a timely manner?"
ACT hopes it can "demarket
" tobacco products to teen-agers.
'Nigerians can recall how the PDP nurtured and bequeathed a very robust economy, with thriving domestic and international revenue openings in key sectors of the economy, and how President Buhari, in a space of three years, demarketed
our economy through his utterances, harsh economic policies, condoning of corruption by his officials and failure to develop and drive a clear-cut economic blueprint for the nation.