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Insecurity: AAC describes APC’s regime as total failure to Nigerians

The African Action Congress (AAC) has labelled Muhammadu Buhari’s administration as a failure due to the ongoing killing and kidnapping that continue to occur in the nation.

In a statement made available to OgunWatch on Saturday, the party’s national publicity secretary, Femi Adeyeye, highlighted that these terrorist acts had become the norm in the nation that characterize the Buhari administration.

While seeking explanations for the abrupt recurrence of these acts, he expressed disappointment as “no reasonable response has been gotten from security agencies”

The statement partly reads:

“ One is also forced to ask why this torrent of attacks that seem to have subsided some weeks ago, just suddenly resumed after the elections. The Buhari regime has a lot of explanations to give.

“Just yesterday, 80 children were reported to have been kidnapped by terrorists in Tsafe Local Government of Zamfara State. Needless to say is the increasing number of school children in the nets of bandits.

“The killings in Benue seem to have resumed as hundreds of people have been killed and displaced by different grades of assailants who operate with little or no resistance, from security agents.

“Between Monday and Wednesday, no fewer than 52 people have been killed by suspected killer herders in separate attacks on two communities in Otukpo and Apa LGAs of Benue State.

“We as a party find it embarrassing that till this moment, there has been no reasonable response from security agencies in the country. Neither has there been any decisive action from those who promised to secure the lives and property of Nigerians.

The party while accusing the administration of pursuing pointless goals rather than concentrating on the battle against insecurity, charged the administration to work towards protecting the lives of Nigerians.

“Rather than focus on fighting insecurity, the APC regime of Muhammadu Buhari is busy hounding opposition voices in the country, gagging the press, threatening and sanctions on media houses exercising their lawful duties of exposing these failures.

“We continue to maintain our position that this regime lacks the ideas, capacity and political will to fight insecurity. We have every cause to believe that the ruling class have turned the tears and agony of our people into a multi-layered and “lucrative” business and when terrorism becomes a business, there will be no end in sight. Until this evil cycle of business is halted by a clear-headed and ideological party like ours, these unfortunate stories of ruins may continue.

“However, we won’t relent on calling the Buhari regime to get to work, secure the lives of Nigerians and get our children back home safe and sound” the statement concluded .

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