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Tackle Insecurity, Fix Economy, PDP Challenges Buhari

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday urged President Muhammadu Buhari  to find long-term solutions to the nation’s escalating insecurity.

The party also urged the President to step up efforts to stabilize the nation’s economy and educational system in a statement released by Debo Ologunagba, its national publicity secretary.

The party associated with the many millions of Nigerians who are severely impacted by the circumstances in the nation today.

The statement read: “The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) however charges the All Progressives Congress-led government to end its lethargic approach to issues and seek help to tackle terrorism, address the worsening economic, social and health situations, revamp our productive sector and among others, attend to the crisis in our education sector so that our students in public universities can return to their studies.”

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Nigerians were asked by the opposition party to adopt a culture of altruism and show love to one another.

It added: “Our party, however, urges Nigerians not to allow the sufferings they face at this time to make them lose sight of the lessons and blessings of Eid-el-Kabir; the call for obedience, trust, selflessness and submission to the Will and Command of the Almighty Allah in all our dealings.

“The occasion of the Eid-el-Kabir presents us with the opportunity to reawaken the virtues of selflessness as well as to share, show love and care for one another especially the less privileged, the weak, the broken-hearted including victims of the mindless acts of terrorism in our country.

“The party urges those behind the killings and terrorism to have a rethink and end their dastardly acts as well as release all those in their captivity.”

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday urged President Muhammadu Buhari  to find long-term solutions to the nation’s escalating insecurity.

The party also urged the President to step up efforts to stabilize the nation’s economy and educational system in a statement released by Debo Ologunagba, its national publicity secretary.

The party associated with the many millions of Nigerians who are severely impacted by the circumstances in the nation today.

The statement read: “The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) however charges the All Progressives Congress-led government to end its lethargic approach to issues and seek help to tackle terrorism, address the worsening economic, social and health situations, revamp our productive sector and among others, attend to the crisis in our education sector so that our students in public universities can return to their studies.”

READ MORE: I Won’t Probe Past Governments If Elected – Obi

Nigerians were asked by the opposition party to adopt a culture of altruism and show love to one another.

It added: “Our party, however, urges Nigerians not to allow the sufferings they face at this time to make them lose sight of the lessons and blessings of Eid-el-Kabir; the call for obedience, trust, selflessness and submission to the Will and Command of the Almighty Allah in all our dealings.

“The occasion of the Eid-el-Kabir presents us with the opportunity to reawaken the virtues of selflessness as well as to share, show love and care for one another especially the less privileged, the weak, the broken-hearted including victims of the mindless acts of terrorism in our country.

“The party urges those behind the killings and terrorism to have a rethink and end their dastardly acts as well as release all those in their captivity.”

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