- …validated apprehensions on APC’s reported complicity in the worsened insecurity in the last six years.
EKO HOT BLOG reports that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned what it called “the indefensible insensitivity” of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the escalated killings in Sokoto, Niger, Katsina, Kaduna, Plateau states and other parts of the country by terrorists.
The PDP’s National Publicity Secretary, Hon. Debo Ologunagba, in a statement on Sunday, charged President Muhammadu Buhari to demonstrate leadership and empathy by visiting the troubled states in line with his campaign promise to lead the fight against terrorism from the front instead of always pushing his responsibilities to others.
He said the numbness of the APC leaders to bloodletting as well as the failure of the APC, as a party, to proffer any tangible solution or forcefully take its government to task on security, validated apprehensions on APC’s reported complicity in the worsened insecurity in the last six years.
He said: “The least Nigerians expect of the APC is to forcefully give its government a marching order to develop a wholesome strategy to proactively tackle insecurity, including targeting the source of fund to terrorists, many of which were revealed by a foreign government, yet the APC government refused to take action.
“Unfortunately, the APC as a party of selfish and bloodthirsty ‘political bandits’ does not have the commitment, readiness or capacity to do so.
“The PDP again commiserates with victims of the horrific attacks.
“We also urge Nigerians not to resign to despondency but continue to support one another and remain focused as we scale up our collective efforts to rescue and rebuild our nation from misrule.”
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