‘Re-energized’ Buhari should go to battle front with insurgents ― PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that it expects the “re-energized” President Muhammadu Buhari as the Commander-In-Chief to immediately proceed to Zamfara, Borno, Kaduna, Adamawa and other states “where terrorists have practically taken over communities on account of the failures of his administration.”

The PDP’s assertion followed the declaration by the All Progressive Congress (APC) the last medical trip undertaken by the president has re-energized him.

According to a statement issued by Kola Ologbondiyan, National Publicity Secretary, on Friday while the main opposition party welcomes President Buhari from “his medical tourism in the United Kingdom,” it rejects his declaration that Nigerians should expect the “continuity” of his misrule.

The PDP also asserted that the statement by the APC, that President Buhari has been “re-energized” after his medical treatment, “is a confirmation that Mr President had been incapable and lethargic, leading to the inefficiency, disorganization and general misrule that have bedevilled his administration.”

“While Nigerians are at a loss on the import of President Buhari’s declaration upon his return that what they should expect is “continuity”, our party wishes to remind Mr. President that he was elected for the last term of four years which will end on May 29, 2023,” the PDP said.

The PDP noted that whatever purpose his frame of mind on “continuity” was made to serve, it must not detach from the finality of his leaving office on May 29, 2023.

The party added: “Moreover, Nigerians vehemently reject any idea of “continuity” that pertains to failed economy, hunger and starvation, banditry, killings, terrorism, kidnapping, abuse of human rights, treasury looting, mindless borrowing and other vices that have characterized the APC administration under the watch of President Buhari.

“This is especially as the comment by the APC had already confirmed that our nation has indeed been on auto-pilot leading to shambolic state of affairs in the nation, escalation of violence and insecurity, wrecking of our national economy, policy inconsistency, the entrenchment of corruption and impunity, with no hope in sight.

“While the PDP recognizes the humanity of all, our party advises that those at the helm of affairs must be honest enough not to take up assignments that are beyond their capacity.

“Now that Mr. President is “re-energized,” his handlers have no further excuses on his failure to lead from the front as he promised, in the fight against terrorists and insurgents, whose activities escalated under his watch.”

The PDP said Buhari should also immediately address the nation on how he intends to pay back the huge foreign loans his administration had collected in the last six years, “for which the future of our nation has been mortgaged.”

It further stated: “The ‘re-energized’ President is also expected to forcefully commence the recovery of over N15 trillion reportedly stolen by APC leaders from government agencies including the NNPC, NEMA, EFCC, NDDC among others.

“Our party insist that Mr. President must henceforth take responsibility and end his excuse of not always being aware of issues in our country.”


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