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APC to PDP governors: Buhari’s effort to improve security is unmatched

The ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari has done well on improving security in the country despite the current challenges.

Recall that PDP governors on Monday met in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo state where President Muhammadu Buhari administration was tagged as “incompetent and rudderless”.

The governors also called on the presidency to take bold steps to reduce tension and curb insecurity.

Reacting to the PDP governors’ resolutions, APC via a statement said the opposition governors wasted their time on name-calling instead of seizing the meeting to proffer “meaningful and patriotic contributions on the review of the state of the nation”.

The ruling party argued that Buhari’s achievement in governance, economy and security are second to none.

“It is disappointing that the supposed PDP governors consultative meeting turned out to be a political jamboree and its outcome a waste of time with no substance,” the statement reads.

“The efforts and records of the President Muhammadu Buhari government on revamping the economy, devolution of powers, governance, upgrading the country’s security architecture, addressing perennial farmer-herder crisis/clashes, public sector reforms, is visible and unmatched.

“Nigerians recall that President Buhari on 20th May 2020 signed an executive order on implementation of financial autonomy for state legislature and state judiciary, which the same PDP governors have rejected.

“This government will continue to identify and partner with patriotic and well-meaning individuals and interests in all determined efforts to make the country better and address our challenges.”

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