PDP has reacted to Buhari cancellation of democracy day

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said the national honour
proposed to be conferred on the acclaimed winner of June 12,
1993, Chief MKO Abiola, by President Muhammadu Buhari,
“smacks of hypocrisy and political desperation ahead of 2019
presidential election.”
PDP said Buhari’s action merely sought to use the
name and person of Abiola to gain a “political capital and not out
of genuine reverence and recognition for him.”
In a statement by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, PDP
recalled that Buhari, who was serving in the military administration
of late Gen Sani Abacha during the travails of “Abiola, did not
associate either by words or actions with the late winner of June
12 election.”
The party further stated that history did not record “Buhari as
sympathetic to the Abiola’s family when his wife, Kudirat, was
gruesomely murdered by the agents of a government which
President Buhari served.”
The statement said, “It is therefore a sign of political desperation
for President Buhari to seek to use Chief Abiola’s name as a tool to
sway Nigerians in less than
twelve months to an election where he, (President Buhari) is
seeking a second term.
“It is also shocking that the respectable grave of Abiola can be
dishonoured by granting a posthumous award on him along with
someone who denounced the June 12 mandate and preferred the
company of his (Abiola’s) traducers.
“Even those who now masquerade as change agents were
opposed to the
naming of University of Lagos after Chief Abiola.
“If President Buhari genuinely wants to honour Chief Abiola, he
should
do so by ending all anti-democratic proclivities of his
administration
and allow for the rule of law and respect for our constitution.”
PDP urged Buhari to “shed his desperate actions in his quest to
win the 2019 presidential election as Nigerians can no longer be
deceived by such antics.

3 Comments

  1. Good

  2. hmmm

  3. Ok

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