APC Blames PDP For Resurgence Of Militancy In The Niger Delta

The South-South Zone of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has blamed the current attacks on oil installations in the Niger Delta region on the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The party said the attacks are sponsored to derail President Muhammadu Buhari’s government.

In a communiqué, party leaders from the five states in the South–South at a Stakeholders meeting in Benin City, weekend also noted that it is erroneous for agitators for the state of Biafra to categorize any part of the South-South as part of constituency, saying the “Niger Delta is not, cannot, and will never be part of Biafra”.

“The Zone commends the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on his performance in his first year in office, support his fight against corruption and his effort to restructure the country’s dwindling economy and building a viable Nigeria.

“The Zone acknowledges the commendable performance of the Edo State Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole in the delivery of infrastructure and other dividends of governance to the good people of Edo State.

“The Zone notes the upsurge of the renewed militancy in the area, in the name of ‘The Avengers’ and condemns its activities in its entirety. The Zone does not believe that their nefarious activities are driven by any patriotic fervor, rather we have cause to believe that they are instigated by the opposition Peoples Democratic Party to derail President Buhari’s government in order to avoid the long arm of the law on their criminal activities while in government.

“The Zone notes the present agitation for the State of Biafra and the inclusion of the Niger Delta in the map of the constituency representing the Biafra State.

“The Zone states unequivocally that Niger Delta is not, cannot, will never be and can never be part of Biafra,” the group said.

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  • Somebody pls tell me, when will apc stop blaming others for their ineffectiveness and lack of workable vision for the country. They should learn to take responsibility for their failures and poor performance of their federal government.

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