Beam Searchlight On Nigeria To Protect Democracy … PDP Tells International Community


…As Fmr NEMA Boss Eyes Sir Kashim Ibrahim House

By: Mayen Etim

KADUNA, North-West, Nigeria – Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), Kaduna State chapter, Honourable Felix Hyat, has called on the International Community to beam it searchlights on the happenings in Nigeria, so that our nascent democracy could be protected.

He stated this while receiving one of the party’s gubernatorial aspirants, former Director-General, National Emergency Management Agency,(NEMA), Sani Sidi at the state Secretariat on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.

Hyat condemned the invasion of the National Assembly, (NASS), by security operatives in the early hours of Tuesday, while lamenting over the show of force by the All Progressives Congress, (APC), led Federal Government against opponents, he if the ruling party is not comfortable with the gale of defections bedeviling the party, it could seek redress in the law court.

He equally called on a state of emergency to be declared in Kaduna state, given the bastardization of all sectors of the state like, incessant killings, education, hunger among others.

Speaking on Sidi’s aspiration, the chairman said; “My brother Sani Sidi we are aware of how the government wanted to use all means to get rid of you. They have only sent you out as part of the rescue mission to come and rescue Kaduna State.

“You are one of the most respected aspirants we have. I want to wish you the best,” he added.

Addressing the crowd, Sidi said that it is a rare privilege to be among the aspirants, and he is humbled by the large turn out of supporters.

“I am fully prepared to take the lead in this process. We are a Party that is reputed to have a robust mechanism for resolving internal conflicts following every congress. I know we will do it even better this Time around.

“When we do this, we will take back our state from the jaws of misgovernance. When we do this, we will be able to restore the pride and respect of our traditional and religious institutions that have been desecrated by an opportunistic leadership that seeks to destroy our common heritage.

“We will stop the kidnappings, abductions, armed robbery and the general insecurity which have become the trademark of the present administration.

“We must save our educational system by training our teachers, provide good health care, develop our infrastructure and above all, unite our people,” he said.

Since aspirants gunning foa Governor started declaring intention at the PDP secretariat recently, none has pulled crowd of supporters as much as Sani Sidi


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