Again, the national chairman of the Peoples
(PDP), Prince Uche Secondus,
has charged President
Muhammadu Buhari to do the
honourable thing and resign
after he admitted failure of his
administration on insecurity.
Secondus, who was reacting
to the President's admittance that a lot needs to be done to
improve security and that security chiefs were not measuring up to expectations, said
that the buck stops on the table
of the Commander-in-chief
who kept them ignoring all
advisories to change them.
The PDP boss said in a statement from his media office that
rather than the belated lamentations after 67 months in
power that he has been unable
to perform, he should do the
honourable thing by resigning
and giving way for fresh ideas
and new vitality.
Secondus recalls the advice
of President Buhari while in
opposition in 2013 to the then
President Goodluck Jonathan,
saying: "Jonathan should vacate and give way to competent hand to govern the country.
He said this competent hand
happened to be President Buhari whose five years in office have left the country comatose in all ramifications.
"I find it extremely unacceptable that after the President disregarded all wise
counsels to rejig the nation's
security architecture for effectiveness, he is now turning round to admit their failure and blame operatives
whom he kept even in their
Secondus, however, noted
the honesty of the President
in admitting the obvious failure of his government's responsibilities to secure the
nation but noted that he
should do the needful by giving way for a competent person to come in.