Uzodinma’s stance on state police exposes APC sympathy for bandits –PDP




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Peoples Democratic has slammed Imo Governor, Hope Uzodinma, for opposing creation of police for effective management of the country.

The PDP revealed this a signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, on Thursday.

It recalled that the governor during an interview with Channels Television on Wednesday kicked against the creation of police, and saw nothing wrong with the present federal-controlled policing structure.

“The Peoples Democratic alerts that the frenzy by Imo Governor, Senator Hope Uzodimma, against demands by the PDP and other well-meaning Nigerians for the establishment of police, exposes his sympathy for terrorists and bandits who are killing, kidnapping and ravaging our nation.

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“The asserts that Governor Uzodimma’s anti-people stance against efforts to establish state policing system also exposes his insensitivity to the plight of Nigerians the face of manifest failure by the All Progressives Congress-controlled federal security apparatus to protect the people,” the partly read.

The party cautioned Uzodinma against “politicising the current security crisis in which is occasioned by his mismanagement of the sensibilities of the citizens”.

The PDP also called on the President, Major General Buhari (retd.), to “wake up” to his to secure the citizens.

“Against this backdrop, any well-meaning leader ought to be lending his or her voice to the call by Nigerians on President Buhari to wake up to his statutory responsibilities as well as initiating the required instrument to accelerate legislative actions towards the amendment of relevant sections of the to establish a desirable state police system,” the added.

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