PDP Excited Over Rising Insecurity in Southeast, APC Alleges

PDP Excited Over Rising Insecurity in Southeast, APC Alleges

- APC has raised a serious allegation against the opposition PDPconcerning Nigeria's security situation

- According to the ruling party, the PDP is happy with the level of insecurity in the country

- Meanwhile, the party expressed shock over the killing of Ahmed Gulak and called for the arrest of the criminals involved

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In a statement that will shock Nigerians, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has alleged that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is excited over the rising insecurity in the southeast.

The APC made this claim in a statement on Twitter, titled ‘APC mourns Ahmed Gulak, calls for collective action against criminality’.

PDP excited over rising insecurity in southeast, APC alleges
The APC says PDP is happy with the insecurity situation in southeast. Photo: @primus231
Source: Twitter

The APC, while mourning Ahmed Gulak who was killed in Owerri, alleged that the PDP was excited about the rising insecurity in the southeast.

The statement read:

“The All Progressives Congress has expressed shock over Sunday morning’s barbaric killing of Barrister Ahmed Gulak, an APC chieftain in the Imo state capital, Owerri.

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“The Party joins Nigerians to mourn his death and condemn his murderers in the strongest possible terms.
“We commiserate with his immediate family as well as the government and people of Adamawa State. He was a shining political leader and patriot.
“The APC and all well-meaning Nigerians is calling for national unity to fight crimes in the country and urge relevant security agencies to leave no stone unturned in their efforts to track down and swiftly bring the perpetrators of this crime to justice."

Meanwhile, Shehu Sani, a former senator representing Kaduna Central has reacted to the murder of Ahmed Gulak, a former political aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan.

Sani, who reacted to the tragedy in a series of tweets on Sunday, said it is time to track the unknown gunmen down and take action.

The former lawmaker lamented that road travellings in some parts of the country have become a dangerous expedition and a hellish experience.

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Also, a group, Nigeria First, has commended President Muhammadu Buhari over his choice of Major General Farouk Yahaya as the new chief of army staff.

The group in a statement signed by its vice-president, Leonard Aluor, and seen by Legit.ng said the appointment of Yahaya as a successor to the late Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru who died in an ill-fated air crash is applaudable.

Aluor said Yahaya's appointment is evidence of the president's commitment to the war against insurgency and insecurity across Nigeria.

Also describing the recent COAS' appointment as a step in the right direction, Aluor said the track record of the new service chief is that of dedication to the duty he was called to serve and passion for Nigeria.

Source: Legit.ng

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