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Police protest ugly epitaph of PMB’s administration – PDP.

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The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Monday, in Abuja, described as unfortunate the protest over unpaid allowances by police officers in Borno State.
Kola Ologbondiyan, National Publicity Secretary of the party, in a statement said the incident was an ugly epitaph of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
He further said that the development was a confirmation that the administration has not been committed to providing security for the troubled states, despite huge resources at its disposal.
His words, “Is it not disconcerting that policemen, who daily risk their lives at the fronts, are denied their allowances for months; left unaccommodated, without basic needs and kept forlorn in the face of battle, while their commander-in-chief and top officers enjoy the comfort of their huge offices in Abuja, from where they grandstand about their non-existent commitment to security?
“Nigerians can now see that this administration is overtly deceitful, thrives on propaganda, lies, false claims and is never committed to the good of the people even as it blames everyone else for its failures.
“The PDP strongly believes that the situation is more than has met the eyes. We therefore demand an urgent investigation to get to the root of this pathetic situation and stress that findings of such investigations must be made public.
“Finally, while we urge the aggrieved policemen to exercise restrain, we charge the police high command to ensure the immediate payment of the allowances and do all to restore the morale of all our men at the front”.
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