The opposition said Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) regime are giving the impression of “official cover for terrorists and bandits pillaging the land”.
In a statement on Tuesday, PDP spokesman, Kola Ologbondiyan lambasted the regime for saying it would not expose the identity of terrorism masterminds.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) had revealed the names of six Nigerians funding Boko Haram in a listing of to a greater extent than 50 individuals and entities.
“The choice of the APC-led regime to cover the identities of sponsors of senseless mass killings, maiming, rapping, kidnapping of our compatriots as good as the endless violent marauding of our communities under the APC catch, validates our stand up that such individuals have connections with the APC.
“This unpatriotic stance by the Buhari Presidency raises serious national anxieties of high-level complicity in the administration and farther explains the reported compromising of our security system in the escalated killings and acts of terrorism in our country in the lastly 6 years under the APC.
“Nigerians can regard why the APC-led administration has failed to take decisive steps to tackle terrorism, why it prefers to negotiate with terrorists and fifty-fifty makes example for them, instead apprehending and prosecuting them, as witnessed in the beheading of rice farmers in Borno province.
“The PDP had ever alerted of a connector betwixt the APC and terrorists ravaging various parts of our land and how the APC, as a political party, had ever failed to forcefully condemn acts of terrorism in our country.
“Nigerians can recall how the APC vehemently defended and still habours the Government minister of Communication and Digital Economic system, Isa Pantami, a self-confessed terrorism apologist, despite national outcry and demand for his sack.”
The PDP added that the APC has failed to account for bandits, thugs and hoodlums imported from neighboring countries to unleash violence on Nigerians and musculus the 2019 elections.
The political party said whether the APC and its administration have nil to cover, they should put out the names of terrorism backers “instead of this vexatious desperation to supply official cover for them”.
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