The Peoples Democratic Celebration, PDP, on Sunday, stated the USA, US, rescue operation has confirmed President Muhammadu Buhari’s incompetence.
PDP stated the US rescue operation has uncovered how Buhari-led Presidency has failed to guard it’s residents.
The opposition celebration lamented that below Buhari administration, bandits and kidnappers now stroll into the nation freely.
In a sequence of tweets, PDP stated: “The swift operation by the @WhiteHouse
to rescue her citizen held hostage by bandits on Nigerian soil has additional confirmed that the @MBuhari Presidency can neither safe the territorial integrity of our nation nor arrest the wave of insecurity ravaging our nation below its inept watch.
“The celebration describes the state of affairs the place the @WhiteHouse needed to come on our soil to drag a rescue, as a global embarrassment and exhibits how low the
@MBuhari Presidency had fallen in its failure to ensure the security of lives and property in our nation.
“Furthermore, the truth that below President @MBuhari, bandits and abductors from neighboring nations now freely cross into our nation to make use of our soil as detention camps additional exhibits the failure of his administration to safe our nationwide borders and territorial integrity.
“It additionally exhibits that opposite to claims by the @MBuhari administration, elements of our nation are nonetheless below the management of bandits and insurgents.
“It’s certainly grossly disconcerting that below our Commander-in-Chief, a normal, who had constantly promised to guide from the entrance, it took a international nation to come back on our soil to rescue their citizen, whereas hordes of our residents are reportedly being held, tortured and killed in varied kidnappers’ and insurgents’ dens in varied elements of our nation.
“Our celebration remembers that earlier in April, Nigeria was equally embarrassed by reviews of how the Chadian President Idris Deby, personally led his troops to rout out insurgents and freed Nigerian territories and troopers held captive by terrorists in northern a part of Borno.”