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The All Progressives Congress (APC) governors, under the aegis the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF), said yesterday that President Goodluck Jonathan should be held for the attempt on the life one its leaders and former Head State, General . The governors, in a statement titled: PGF Condemns Attempt on Buhari, Holds Jonathan , noted that the incident happened two days after Gen. Buhari Jonathan to stop waging war on Nigerians but to devote more time to the war on terrorism. The governors condemned the , adding that “the double bomb explosions in Kaduna, the loss innocent lives and what was clearly an attempt to assassinate former Head State and leader the APC, General ”, were not coincidences. The PGF restated General Buhari’ statement to President Jonathan that it is unwise and against the spirit of social democracy that many innocent people were being killed in the Peoples Democratic Party’ (PDP’) quest to demobilise the APC and retain power at all cost. The governors said had failed in its fundamental responsibility of providing security for Nigerians, yet accusing the in order to shift the blame for the low-intensity war going on in parts of the country.

[eap_ad_1] The statement reads: “Particularly worrisome is the statement credited to the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Kenneth Minimah, that were deserting the Army for fear of Haram. Our question is: what happened to the vast sums of money devoted to security and defence in the last four years of the Jonathan ? Is the desertion of linked to the theft of money meant for military equipment? “We call on to take urgent and radial steps to investigate the attempt and make its finding public. In the meantime, we President Jonathan to manage obsession with power and work for the citizens of this country. “It is a great shame that Nigeria, under President Jonathan, has become the most dangerous place in the world in terms of deadly terrorist . While we rejoice with General Buhari and others who narrowly escaped death, we commiserate with the families who have lost loved ones in the explosions and other across the country – whether by terrorists or nameless, faceless assassins.” (The Nation)