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PDP Blasts Buhari’s Ministers Over Directive To ‘Punish Nigerians Complaining Of Hardship’

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The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in a statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, in Abuja, on Thursday, September 10 condemned ministers under the present administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari for celebrating failure.

Nigeria’s opposition party alleged that it was alarmed by the new directive issued by the President his to ministers to “go on the offensive,” against Nigerians in projecting its achievements.

PDP expressed its concern in the statement which was titled ‘Ministerial Retreat: PDP Raises Alarm Over Buhari’s ‘Go On The Offensive’ Directive’, Naija News understands.

The statement reads; “The PDP is alarmed by President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive to officials of his administration to ‘go on the offensive’ against Nigerians, who are patriotically crying out under the burden of economic hardship foisted on them by his insensitive, clueless, deceptive and extremely corrupt administration.

“The PDP asserts that such a directive in a ministerial retreat which ought to be a problem-solving forum is symptomatic of an administration that has become overwhelmed by the reality of its own failures and now seeking desperate measures to suppress the voice of the people.

“Our Party declares that such anti-people stance amounts to a huge betrayal by Mr. President, who, before his elections, promised Nigerians an Eldorado, only to now turn around to label their cries and demands for good governance, security and basic necessities of life, particularly at the time they are agitating for reduction in the cost of fuel and electricity, as “irresponsible and politically motivated.”

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