The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked Chief executive Muhammadu Buhari not to address Nigerians on New Year’ s day time.
According to a declaration by the PDP Presidential Campaign Company (PPCO), President Buhari should not make use of any New Year Message when he has nothing to offer Nigerians.
“ PPCO insists the particular message will be a rehash of phony promises which had been foisted upon Nigerians since December 2015, ” it said in a statement simply by its Director of Media plus Publicity, Kola Ologbondiyan.
“ The PPCO says Chief executive Buhari has already admitted failure within governance, that he has no solutions and thus will only dwell on fictitious claims plus cosmetic patriotism, in an effort to sway Nigerians and divert their attention through his failures and insensitivity for their problems. ”
The particular party said it considered 2012 message as “ a ritual” that must be must fulfiled and suggested the President to use the event to provide answers to some allegations associated with corruptions against some purported associates of his family.
“ No New Year information would be more apt than Mister President explaining how his loved ones came about the sum of N1. 032 trillion for this scandalous acquisition, ” the particular PDP alleged.
Additionally, it asked the President to use their New Year message to respond to allegations of certificate forgery, looting, and diversion of repatriated money.
While the government provides since denied the allegations, the particular opposition party challenged the Leader to use the occasion to provide solutions for the allegations of false overall performance claims in his 2019 budget talk.
The PDP supposed, “ President Buhari must not still play the saint when their administration has skeletons in its cabinet. ”
“ He or she must provide answers to Nigerians. If not, he should not bother delivering any New Year message because the nation has moved beyond simple rhetoric, blame game and fake promises, which have been the hallmarks associated with his administration. ”