Wednesday December 02, 2020 4:05 PM

Buhari focusing more time on political adventures than governance- PDP

The major opposition, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has accused President Mohammadu Buhari of committing morre of his time on political adventures rather than facing myriad of challenges rocking the country.

PDP said Nigeria would have been better off if Buhari had shown the kind of urgency he showed to the defection of Govvernor Umahi of Ebonyi from the PDP to APC.

PDP said that President Buhari lacks the time to focus on governance, saying that he is totally out of sync with realities in the country.

The party lamented that if Buhari had given the required gocus on governance, Nigeria wouldn’t have become the poverty capital of the world.

The party expressed this view via its verified Twitter handle on Thursday

The statement reads: “”President Buhari is  showing more urgency in commenting on political adventures rather than expressing concern on the reported kidnapping of

“Had he used the same urgency he displayed in commenting on Governor Umahi’s defection to address the issue of police brutality, the crisis situation, death, arson, destruction of public and private property witnessed…

“He has indeed shown that he has no time for governance; completely out of sync with the social and political reality in our country and disconnected from the expectations of Nigerians on his office, particularly at this trying time.

“Our nation would not be in this sorry state as the poverty capital of the world.

“Had used the same urgency to respond to the call to reorganize his economic team, end the corruption in his government as well as address the frightening upsurge in unemployment under his watch

“Indeed, if Mr. President had shown similar urgency towards the demand for the rejigging of our national security architecture, we would have averted the escalated insurgency, kidnapping and bloodletting ravaging our country today.”

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