The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Hameed Ali, on Friday pronounced that President Muhammadu Buhari has “wrecked” scarcely two years in office, yet faulted the Peoples Democratic Party for discouraging the president’s endeavors to improve Nigeria.
“There is no doubt that we have derailed because we are not doing what we say we want to do” He said.
He rapidly considered the opposition party in charge of Mr. Buhari’s disappointments, saying PDP supporters involve the same number of government workplaces as individuals from the ruling All Progressives Congress.
“Today, with all sense of responsibility, I want to say that we have 50 percent of PDP in our government. How can we move forward with this load? How can we achieve our target with this load?” Mr. Ali said.
His remarks came when he opened another office for the Buhari Support Organization in Abuja.
The Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalung, whom The Nation revealed was at the occasion with Mr. Ali, additionally upheld the Customs’ supervisor remarks, applauding him for showing exceptional fearlessness.
“It requires very courageous people to come out and say these things are wrong,” Mr. Lalung said, adding that other APC governors have also complained to Mr. Buhari about the influence of non-party members to the detriment of those who worked for the party’s success in 2015.