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PDP Mocks Buhari, APC Over Leadership Award

The Peoples Democratic Party on Friday Night mocked the presentation of leadership award by the All Progressives Congress governors to President Muhammadu Buhari.

It describes the award as shameful endorsement of failure and unprofitable celebration, at a time when Buhari’s mandate is being questioned.

Spokesman of the People’s Democratic Party Kola Ologbondiyan, in a statement after Buhari was presented the award said the solicited award is another failed image-laundering and botched endorsement by the Presidency, which is being confronted by the weight of public rejection for its failures and the rigging of the February 23, Presidential elections.

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According to the opposition party the award was given on the basis of deception, adding it was an insult to Nigerians living in pains, as well as unrestrained victims of killings in various parts of the country since president Buhari Assumed Office in 2015.

Ologbondiyan said the Buhari’s administration and the All Progressive Congress are engaging in script acting aimed at painting a false image of their administration, a major reason Nigerians voted for Atiku Abubakar on February 23, as their preferred presidential candidate.

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The opposition party advised the party to seek solutions to the numerous insecurity issues in the country, misery Nigerians subjected to poverty due to Buhari’s incompetence as well as insensitivity to the plight of the citizens rather than sponsoring improper whitewashing projects.

 

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