Amid Mass Killing, Economic Crisis, Buhari Marks Six Years In Office, Reps, PDP React

Members of the House of Representatives and the Peoples Democratic Party have mentioned there was no cause to have a good time the May 29 six-year administration of President Muhammadu Buhari as it’s marked with bloodshed, wanton killings, financial recession and unemployment.

The minority caucus within the House of Representatives, on Friday, mentioned it had taken inventory of the efficiency of the administration of the All Progressives Congress-led Federal Government, describing it as a failure.

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The caucus acknowledged that the APC administration had failed on all fronts within the final six years, with its failure to “check the worsening insecurity and mass killing of citizens; its intrinsic corruption, mismanagement of our national economy, as well as the unrelenting assault on our national diversity.”

The caucus gave the decision in an announcement by the Minority Leader of the House, Ndudi Elumelu.

The assertion by the minority caucus partly learn, “As lawmakers, our caucus is frightened that exclusionist tendencies, commerce restrictions, nepotism in authorities appointments, disregard to rule regulation, the relegation of constitutional order and ideas of separation of powers; abuse of human rights, electoral malpractices, harassment of the opposition and boastful insensitivity to the sensibilities of the Nigerian folks by the APC administration have occasioned instability, financial disaster and avoidable acrimony that’s threatening our company existence as a rustic.

“Poor insurance policies by the APC administration have stifled the financial system and put the nation in dire straits with a disturbing 33.3 per cent unemployment fee, a scary 18.12 per cent inflation fee, over N32.9tn accrued debt burden, a progressively devalued foreign money and collapsed infrastructure.

“Failure of the government to address escalated insecurity challenges has crippled the agricultural sector and disorganised commercial activities leading to imminent food crisis with the cost of food and other necessities of life skyrocketing beyond the reach of Nigerians.”

The opposition lawmakers added, “As representatives of the people, the minority caucus is worried that our nation is heading towards a failed state. We, therefore, urge President Muhammadu Buhari to buckle down and use the occasion of May 29 to address the failures of his administration by taking urgent steps to tackle insecurity, ensure respect for the rule of law, end corruption in his government, adopt a more inclusive approach to governance and engage better hands to manage our economy.”

Also, the PDP cautioned the President to make use of the May 29 speech to just accept his failure in governance and desist from additional exasperating Nigerians along with his typical ready textual content of false efficiency claims and empty guarantees.

It mentioned, “In the final six years, President Buhari’s speeches have all the time been litanies of false claims, empty guarantees and lame excuses for failures, which the APC, in its penchant for lies, propaganda and beguilement desires to intensify with their legacy consciousness marketing campaign.

“If certainly the Buhari Presidency and the APC have any achievement to showcase, would it not be organising an consciousness marketing campaign to hunt the understanding of Nigerians for its mass failures?

“It is trite knowledge that their works must be talking for themselves like these of the PDP administration, that are nonetheless being seen in the present day in each sphere of our nationwide life?

 “If they have anything to show, would President Buhari be begging that history should be kind to him for his failures? Would he go to faraway Paris, France, to declare that his administration is being plagued by ill-luck?”

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Amid Mass Killing, Economic Crisis, Buhari Marks Six Years In Office, Reps, PDP React

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