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Nigeria Has Been On Autopilot Under Buhari – PDP

Muhammadu BuhariThe Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has come out to say that the recent statement from National Security Adviser, NSA, Major Gen. Babagana Monguno (retd) that some strange people have been presiding over vital affairs of governance is proof that President Muhammadu Buhari has delegated his responsibilities.

The party’s spokesman, Kola Ologbondiyan believes the recent comments from Monguno is evidence that Nigeria has been on autopilot under President Buhari.

According to him, because Buhari has not been the one handling his responsibilities as the number one man in Nigeria, it has resulted in the untold suffering, anguish, pain and escalated insecurity the citizens have been experiencing.

He added that Gen. Monguno’s revelation is nothing but a national tragedy that proves beyond every reasonable doubt that the presidency position is bigger than Buhari.

His words, “Following this revelation by no other person than the NSA, the PDP reiterates its earlier position that President Buhari should waste no further time in relinquishing his position as President since it is now obvious that he has become overwhelmed by official duties.

“The PDP holds that security is the most important element of governance, followed by the welfare of citizens and since President Buhari has relinquished these statutory responsibilities, he has no other reason to remain in office.

“The party says the NSA’s letter, which is already in the public domain, further exposes the fact that our nation has been on autopilot under President Buhari, whose abdication of serious matters of state is directly responsible for the untold suffering, anguish, pain and escalated insecurity in the country.

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“The PDP describes Gen. Monguno’s revelation as a national tragedy which showcases the fact that Mr President Buhari has become so irredeemably overwhelmed to the extent that the responsibilities of his office, including presiding over very sensitive security matters, have now been taken over by his Chief of Staff, Mallam Abba Kyari, who functions as a de facto President.

“Nigerians are invited to note the verdict by the NSA, who, in support of the position of the PDP, affirmed that such situation is responsible for the failure of the government to defend Nigerians and find a solution to the worsened insecurity under President Buhari’s watch.

“Our party recalls that even the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, had severally alerted that strange elements had usurped the functions of the president and urged Nigerians to speak out for their country.

“It is now clear that the demand by Nigerians calling on President Buhari to resign was borne out of patriotism and love for our country.”

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