Atiku Takes a Shot at APC, Says PDP is an Example of Order
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Amid the current leadership crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC), Nigeria's former vice president Atiku Abubakar appears to have thrown a subtle shade at the ruling party. it was gathered that the former vice president took a swipe at the All Progressives Congress (APC) saying the Peoples Democratic party (PDP) has been an example of the order and constitutionality needed to sustain genuine democracy in Nigeria.
Atiku Abubakar who disclosed this on his various social media platform on Thursday, June 25, added that a political party without law and order can-not provide law and order to the country. The former presidential candidate went on to pray that the order, discipline, and constitutionality PDP as a party has exemplified, should guide other political parties. Ever since a Court of Appeal upheld the suspension of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole as the APC national chairman, the ruling party has been engulfed in an exceedingly leadership battle.
Meanwhile, it earlier reported that The commissioner of police in Ondo, Salami Amidu, has reacted to the allegation connected to the posting and withdrawal of officers attached to Deputy governor Agboola Ajayi. In reaction to rumours making the rounds that he has a hand in the withdrawal of the deputy governor's security details, Bolaji made it clear that only the Inspector-General of Police has the right to make such a decision, Daily Trust reports. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
However, the Ondo State Commissioner of Police stated that police officials attached to govt houses takes order from state governor's chief security officers. He said: '...let it be known that policemen attached to Govt Houses take directives from the chief security officer to the governor who can post and withdraw consistent with the reason and purpose that suit him. 'But can not for whatever reason withdraw policemen posted from the force Headquarters to a deputy governor.'