PDP Faults Buhari Over Attack On Nigerian Embassy In Ghana
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has tested President Muhammadu Buhari to “wake up” on local and strategic issues, for example, assaults on Nigerians living in different nations.
The gathering explicitly asked President Buhari to make conclusive move over the destruction of the Nigerian Embassy in Ghana which it portrayed as a “gigantic hatred.”
Assaults on Nigerian crucial Ghana criminal – FG 27 acquittal recipients cleared from Ghana, isolated in Abuja Some furnished men apparently attacked the Nigerian High Commission in Accra, Ghana, on Friday, obliterating a few condos under development. The influenced structures were apparently being developed to house staff and guests.
A Ghanaian representative had blamed the Commission for infringing on his territory. Yet, the PDP in an announcement on Monday, by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan contended that Buhari has fizzled because of sheer ineptitude and inadequacy to well-spoken and extend Nigeria’s pride and respectability before other world pioneers.
“The PDP portrayed as crippling that since the occurrence, President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC have not exhibited exertion to safeguard the country’s respectability, past the lukewarm articulations by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyema.
“This circumstance has additionally clarified why assaults on Nigerians and Nigerian interests in remote terrains had raised under the Buhari organization, with Nigerians being annoyed and murdered in different pieces of the world by attackers, who exploit the inadequacy and shortcomings of the current government in Nigeria.
“The PDP especially reviews how the Buhari organization displayed unforgivable shortcoming and neglected to secure blameless Nigerians who were being murdered in savage xenophobic assaults in South Africa a year ago,” the gathering said. The outside clergyman, Geoffrey Onyeama, on Monday, brought a senior Ghanaian negotiator, Ms Iva Denoo over the episode.
Source:- Daily Trust