PDP on Friday described President Muhammadu Buhari as an “existential failure.”
In response to President Buhari’s comment that he would not leave office a failure, the party made the statement.
Kola Ologbondiyan, spokesman for the PDP, stated that President Buhari’s veiled admission of failure is an exercise in futility, as the APC will soon become extinct because it has proved to be a complete fraud that cannot be trusted with governance.
It read: “President Buhari and his APC have failed in their three-pronged promises: security, anti-corruption and economic progress.”
“Instead, they have wrecked every aspect of our national life with no prospects for relief in sight. There is still no explanation provided by the Buhari Presidency or the APC for the failure to effectively tackle terrorism, insurgents and bandits ravaging our communities and killing our fellow citizens in different parts of the country, despite the huge resources at their disposal.”
“How can President Buhari and APC leaders sleep at night knowing that hundreds of Nigerians, including school children, are languishing in kidnappers’ dens at the mercy of their assailants and the elements?
The President has failed as Commander-in-Chief that non-state actors have taken over, with regions now resorting to their own security outfits while state governors, including his home state, Katsina, are telling helpless victims to defend themselves.
The economy under President Buhari has essentially been ruined since 2015, when the PDP administration handed over control to him.
This has turned Nigeria into the poverty capital of the world, where over 82,9 million once prosperous Nigerians can no longer afford their daily meals and other necessities.
“In addition, the Buhari Presidency cannot point to any landmark project it conceptualized, started, and completed in the last six years.”
The only accomplishment it can boast of is that it has mortgaged our nation’s future by accumulating N33.107 trillion in debt without showing any results and without a clear repayment plan.
“What is more atrocious is the fact that Mr. President is seeking to borrow N5.62 trillion when he has less than two years left in office.
“Instead of fighting corruption, the APC-led Buhari administration has become a hotbed of it, where over N15 trillion naira has reportedly been stolen by APC leaders from government agencies.
During the recent PDP meeting, the party put forward suggestions on how to achieve unity, reduce tension, fight insurgency, curb corruption, and catapult our nation back to economic progress, but Mr. President failed to listen.
Mr. President and the APC should end their media circus at this point, apologize for their failures, and allow Nigerians a fresh start by rallying with the PDP to avert our dear nation’s catastrophe.”
What do we think about these allegations against Mr President?
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