Thursday, December 31, 2015

Buhari's govt sectional, on a vengeance mission - PDP


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is on a vengeance mission to use the anti-corruption war as a vendetta against members of the PDP and associates.

 It also said that Buhari's target is to harass and intimidate members of the opposition with the use of anti-corruption war, stressing that the government has by its "own acts of omission and commission" presented itself as "non-inclusive and sectional."

 In a new year message Thursday, the PDP acting national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus accused the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) of "feeding Nigerians with false propaganda" adding that the APC was not prepared for governance.

The PDP which asked all Nigerians in this new year to remain focused and not despaire, stressed that the APC was "a gang-up of aggrieved people" to take over power, as it claimed the government has deepened the socio-economic problems of the nation.


The opposition party said to date, the ruling APC does not have a clear agenda as to how to bring about the change they promised.

 The PDP said: "Nigerians have seen the chaotic situation at hand orchestrated by the incoherent policy initiatives of APC-led government. Yes, this is the reality we face. From the confusion in the subsidy question to the insurgency conundrum. From the discredited anti-corruption fight to the confusion in the government's economic policy.

 "Consequently, we are now faced with worsening fuel crisis; free fall of the naira; job losses; worsening insurgency; the shii,te/military clash; renewed Biafran agitation and general insecurity. In the middle of all this, it is clear that the APC government is pursuing a one-party state agenda considering its inordinate schemes to 'take over' PDP controlled states.

 "We must repose our faith in God, the only one that can guide the leadership of this country to take actions that would genuinely correct past mistakes, rebuild our economy, give all Nigerians a sense of belonging and secure our country.

 "Our prayer is that in 2016 Nigerians will live in peace, love our brotherhood and would be alive to their citizenship responsibility of engaging the government so that it can work for national reconciliation, reconstruction and development."

Source: Daily Trust.

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