PDP Chides Buhari Says President Should Not Use Sacked Ministers to Cover Failures

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has chided president Mohammed Buhari following the announcement of sacked of Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohammed Nanono and his fellow in Power, Saleh Mamman said President should not use the sacked ministers to cover failures of his administration.

According to a statement signed by the spokesperson of PDP, Kola Ologbodiyan said “Our party is also investigating the real reason behind their sack given Mr. President’s public approach to fighting corruption by “easing out” the culprits”

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“The party however asserts that the manifest inefficiency of the Buhari administration is a product of President Buhari’s myopic and divisive approach to governance as well as the impunity and corruption deeply embedded in his administration and party, the All Progressives Congress (APC)”

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“The PDP posits that even if the best hands are recruited, they will be contaminated by incompetence, impunity, disregard to rules, divisiveness and corruption that have become the hallmark of the APC and its administration”

“The party calls on President Buhari and the APC to note that Nigerians are not swayed by the sack of the ministers but are eagerly awaiting the exit of the Buhari Presidency and the APC come May 29, 2023, as there is no hope in sight under their purview”

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