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PDP To Presidency: Stop ‎blame Game, End Killings by agwom(m): 4:58am On Jun 29, 2018
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked the Presidency to stop the blame-game and end the ‎violent killings of innocent citizens by marauders in the country.

The PDP in a statement on Thursday by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan in reaction to a statement earlier issue by media handlers in the presidency said President Muhammadu Buhari should show respect for the dead.

"The PDP expresses shock by the statement credited to the Buhari Presidency justifying its failure to stem the tide of killings and bloodletting in the country, particularly in the Plateau, Zamfara, Benue, Yobe, Adamawa, Borno, Kogi, Taraba and other troubled states.

"It is indeed reprehensible that the Presidency in its usual arrogance and insensitivity to the mood of the nation chose to condemn the PDP for declaring a seven-day mourning and flying our flags at half-mast in honour of the dead and solidarity with the bereaved.

"It is disturbing that even in death, the Buhari Presidency still wants to deny these victims of callous murder the honour of being mourned.

"We are particularly appalled that instead of joining Nigerians in mourning the dead and seeking ways to stem the escalation of the bloodletting under its watch, the Buhari Presidency is engaged in morbid reference to past killings as if the lives of Nigerians have no value under President Buhari's watch.

"The PDP, as a party, will continue to identify with Nigerians at this troubled time irrespective of ethnic, religious and political affiliations and will therefore not allow itself to be dragged into a needless mire with the Buhari Presidency, which has shown by its statement, that it has no iota of regard for the lives of Nigerians.

"PDP urges the Buhari Presidency to confront the challenge of fulfilling the basic responsibility of governance by providing security to the lives and property of all Nigerians irrespective of their creed, tribe and political affiliations.

"Finally, the PDP assures Nigerians that we will not be deterred in speaking out against the killings and the failure of the Buhari administration to take concrete steps to stem this ugly tide," the party said.


Re: PDP To Presidency: Stop ‎blame Game, End Killings by Kingsleynwokolo(m): 5:04am On Jun 29, 2018
#Impeach the president

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Re: PDP To Presidency: Stop ‎blame Game, End Killings by GoTV: 5:23am On Jun 29, 2018
Re: PDP To Presidency: Stop ‎blame Game, End Killings by pode(m): 5:29am On Jun 29, 2018
I think our president need a foreign adviser, the one he has are not doing their job,

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Re: PDP To Presidency: Stop ‎blame Game, End Killings by Anigreat: 5:33am On Jun 29, 2018

Buhari is a cow in human body
Re: PDP To Presidency: Stop ‎blame Game, End Killings by emi14: 5:33am On Jun 29, 2018
Evidence of the killings is dead bodies of over 150 people however justified sign of national security lapses and administrative incompetence.
The prime duty of any sane and responsible government is not man hunting and intimidation rather protection of life and properties. Both have been omitted porously in the above mentioned states. Apc must be real .
The question according to amnesty international are:- who are these killers. Where do they came from? Who is funding and supplying them with ammunitions? Where do they hide after attack? And why our security agencies are so slow to meet up with these inhuman attackers? Why no tangible arrest made?
These questions have been channelled to the federal government and related agencies. Who shall contest these or defend the government with lame reasons and excuses?

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