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PDP says President’s policies, actions encouraging agitations


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says the policies and actions of the Presidency were responsible for the increasing agitations in the country.

The party, which expressed shock that the Federal Government could blame the opposition for the challenges, noted that the plethora of problems confronting the ruling APC was self-inflicted.

In statement yesterday in Abuja by its spokesman, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, PDP said: “We are still condemning separatist movements tailored towards balkanising the nation.

“We therefore make bold to further state that the APC policies have been the catalyst for IPOB problem, and as such, the party should do soul-searching and correct the anomaly. No external enemy so to say, is working against this government. The administration is its own worst enemy.”


The PDP described as “disheartening that rather than accept blame for its ineptitude, the APC government has continued to blame enemies, real or imaginary, for their woes.”

The statement continued: “How on earth will a serious-minded government blame opposition parties which they have conveniently labelled ‘looters’ for the activities of IPOB? But we take solace in the fact that the APC might actually know the looters, as the party has clearly demonstrated its penchant for giving covers to people considered as corrupt.”

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