Demolition of Embassy: Buhari, APC Have Brought Shame To Nigeria – PDP


BY GRACE ANYANWU, ABUJA – The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday said that the embarrassing demolition of the Nigeria Embassy in Ghana has again highlighted the poor rating of the Buhari Presidency by other nations.

It also said that it has also exposed its lack of capacity to exude the nation’s pride as well as its failure to meaningfully engage other world leaders on diplomatic issues.

The PDP said the development in Ghana has further shown how the Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC) incompetence has destroyed the respect and honour other nations had for the country.

The party particularly described as disheartening that since the incident, President Buhari and the APC have not demonstrated the littlest effort to preserve our nation’s integrity, beyond the tepid statements by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyema.

A statement by the National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan stressed that the demolition of Nigeria’s embassy is a huge contempt, which the Buhari Presidency could have stopped through engagements at the highest level of diplomatic relations, but failed as a result of sheer incompetence and incapacity to articulate national pride before other world leaders.

The Party said the situation has further explained why attacks on Nigerians and Nigerian interests in foreign lands had escalated under the Buhari administration, with Nigerians being harassed and killed in various parts of the world by assailants, who take advantage of the incompetence and weaknesses of the current government in Nigeria.

The PDP particularly recalled how the Buhari administration exhibited unpardonable weakness and failed to protect innocent Nigerians who were being killed in violent xenophobic attacks in South Africa last year.

It therefore called on President Buhari to wake up both to his domestic and international responsibilities and save our nation from further embarrassing situations across the globe.

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