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Service Chiefs listened to us by resigning – PDP reacts, sets agenda for replacements

The Peoples Democratic Get together, PDP, has reacted to the resignation of Service Chiefs, stressing that the senior safety officers listened to the get together’s voice.

PDP’s Nationwide Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan mentioned the Service Chiefs outlived their usefulness, therefore their resignation.

Talking with DAILY POST, Ologbondiyan mentioned the incoming Service Chiefs ought to put an finish to the spate of insecurity within the nation.

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The spokesman of the opposition get together insisted that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari was ineffective.

In line with Ologbondiyan: “The Chief of Military Employees and his colleagues listened to the voice of eminent Nigerians and PDP that if the president refused to sack them then they’ve outlived their usefulness and as such, they need to resign.

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“In the event that they on their very own resigned their fee believing that they’ve outlived their usefulness then what’s left for us is to set an agenda for the incoming Service Chiefs.

“And the agenda earlier than them is that they need to attempt to place an finish to the spate of insecurity in our nation due to the ineffectiveness of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.”

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