The Peoples Democratic Celebration, PDP, has stated the remark by President Muhammadu Buhari on the defection of Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State to the All Progressives Congress, APC, smacks of dereliction of obligation and “political scavenging” by the Presidency.
PDP stated the Presidency assertion additionally uncovered how Nigeria was dropped at her knees as compelling calls for of workplace are made to endure whereas the Presidency gloats over trivial points.
An announcement by Kola Ologbondiyan, described Buhari’s motion in abandoning the duties of his workplace, “at this essential time, to concentrate on private partisan journey of a person, as a misplacement of power.”
In keeping with Ologbondiyan: “The event additional exposes Mr. President’s incompetence and poor understanding of the tenets of management, statesmanship and expectations of his workplace.
“We maintain as appalling that the Buhari Presidency is exhibiting extra urgency in commenting on political adventures relatively than expressing concern on the reported kidnapping of 12 senior law enforcement officials by bandits.
“The get together noticed that if President Buhari had used the identical urgency he displayed in commenting on Governor Umahi’s defection to handle the difficulty of police brutality, the disaster state of affairs, demise, arson, destruction of private and non-private property witnessed within the aftermath of the Finish SARS protest would have been averted.
“Certainly, if Mr. President had proven related urgency in the direction of the demand for the rejigging of our nationwide safety structure, we might have averted the escalated insurgency, kidnapping and bloodletting ravaging our nation at this time.
“In the identical vein, if President Buhari had used the identical urgency to reply to the decision to reorganize his financial staff, finish the corruption in his authorities in addition to handle the scary upsurge in unemployment underneath his watch, our nation wouldn’t be on this sorry state because the poverty capital of the world.”