Bandits Invasion of Aso Villa Shows Buhari Can’t Secure Nigeria – PDP


BY EVELYN DADU, ABUJA – The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says that it is alarmed by the invasion of Aso Presidential Villa by bandits and armed robbers, stressing that the development points to the collapse of security command structure under President Muhammadu Buhari’s incompetent watch.

The PDP also said that the reported bandit assault on the residence of the Chief of Staff to the President, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, within the precinct of the Presidential villa, is too close to home and has heightened apprehensions over the capacity of the Buhari Presidency to secure the nation.

The party said that all over the world, the Presidential Villa, as the seat of power and national sovereignty, is the fortress of the nation that ought to have impregnable security.

It noted that as such, any breach of security, particularly by outlaws and in sequence, sends a clear danger signal to the overall security of the nation.

The PDP said that it is imperative to state that such security infraction, that gave way for outlaws to invade the Presidential villa in sequence, inspite of its perceptibly secured ambience, can only happen under an absentee President, who have not demonstrated the required capacity expected of his office.

The PDP in a statement by its Spokesman, Mr Kola Ologbondiyan, also noted that the security breaches in June last year, involving shooting, violent combats, raids and free use of firearms within the precinct of the Presidential Villa, arising from a bitter squabble between members of President Buhari’s family and some security aides.

The party said; “Our party is worried that if President Buhari cannot guarantee the security of the Presidential villa, then his capacity to secure the entire country is no longer assured”.

The PDP therefore urged President Buhari to wake up from slumber, review his security architecture and take decisive steps, beyond his lethargic body language, to secure our nation.

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