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Nigeria’s Democracy Is Insulting – Darius Ishaku

Darius IshakuTaraba State governor, Darius Ishaku has described Nigeria’s democracy as “embarrassing and insulting”.

Gov Darius disclosed this recently as he answered questions from journalists after receiving ex-Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Hajiya Aisha Alhassan, who paid him a congratulatory visit at Government House.

He said the police laying siege to his private residence in Abuja was “unaccountable, nonsense and disgraceful”.

He added that Buhari and his government are not adhering to the constitution of the country.

His words, “I feel very bad that the democratic government of the All Progressives Congress is not living according to the tenets of the constitution, it is disgraceful, embarrassing and insulting.

“I am shocked that only my party (the Peoples Democratic Party) voiced out in condemnation of the police siege. The APC didn’t talk about it. Don’t they have governors? Can somebody walk into an APC governor’s house and search it?

“They broke the door of the gate, broke all the doors of my house, threw out my children who I begged for two years to come back to Nigeria. One of them has gone back; I’m still begging him to come back to Nigeria. This is nonsense.”