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Saturday, 28 October 2017

PDP has hijacked Buhari’s govt - Comptroller-General of Customs Hameed Ali.

Buhari-Hameed Ali
Buhari-Hameed Ali

The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Colonel Hameed Ali (retd.), has said the ruling APC has not fulfilled its promises after two years in government. 

He said more than 50% of the positions in the Buhari government are being held by members of the PDP who fought against the actualisation of a Buhari Presidency. 



The retired colonel spoke on Friday in Abuja at the commissioning of the office complex of the Buhari Support Organisation. “We have won one battle by taking over power. But what we make of this power is essential to us and to humanity. 

We must agree that we cannot finish our four years without delivering and leaving something to be remembered for in this country for a long time to come. We have no problem with our President because he is on course. 

But I must confess here that we have been infused by people who were not part of this journey and these people are the ones that call the shot today. That is why we are derailing. 

It is my belief that those of us who have been in the trenches all these years to get good governance will surely be sleeping with bellyache every day, especially in the recent past. 

Every day, when you wake up, there is a story that makes you shiver. These people that are calling the shots today were not there and when the chips are down, they will disappear and melt within the system. We are the ones that will be asked to account for what happened.

Are we willing to face Nigerians and tell them that we have failed? We are the ones that will be asked to account for what happened. Are we willing to face Nigerians and tell them that we have failed? 

Let me say here without fear of being contradicted that I think halfway through the journey, we are losing our core values. There is no doubt that we have derailed because we are not doing what we say we want to do. 

We owe this great nation and the 180 million Nigerians the duty to give good governance. Good governance is what they voted for and good governance is what they expect to get and they serve that."

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