The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are in the news again, this time they are not providing opinions on terrorism, economy, COVID-19, and other things bedeviling Nigeria as a country, but they asking the United Nations (UN) to query President Muhammadu Buhari of violating the rights of Nigerians, corruption and electoral malpractices.
The PDP is saying the regime led by President Muhammadu Buhari is characterized by corruption even though the watchword of the regime is anti-corruption, they even said the President has a disregard for court injunctions. These assertions by the opposition party should be looked into by the President and solutions should be provided to prove his integrity. What you see when you are on a sit is always different from what the people sitting on the floor will see, but bringing the two findings together will help in the development of Nigeria.
However, the Peoples' Democratic Party should stop dragging the President before a foreign body like the UN. It is not good for our country, it might make the UN sanction Nigeria and make us lose a lot of foreign aids we receive as a country. We are in a time Nigeria needs firearms to fight terrorism. These arms are not produced in Nigerians but countries like the US, Russia, and others. These countries don't sell arms to any country found wanting of human rights violation or electoral offenders. Also, Nigeria as a country requires foreign loans for infrastructure facilities development, which might be withheld by other countries due to the petition.
PDP as an opposition should rather focus on how to win elections in 2023 and bring about the necessary changes that the party desires. They should make sure they have a credible candidate that can defeat any candidate presented by the ruling party or other political parties in Nigeria.
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