The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Zamfara state accuses the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) government led by governor Dauda Lawal of being responsible for the increased rate of insecurity in the state. The APC expresses concern over recent security threats and condemns the governor for not handling security issues properly. The party alleges that innocent citizens have been killed, with violent terrorists now present in the state capital. The APC calls on the governor to appoint security aides and urgently address the rising insecurity. The statement also expresses condolences to the families of those who lost their lives.
The All Progressives Congress, APC in Zamfara state has criticized the current state government for the rising insecurity in the state, blaming the People’s Democratic Party, PDP for the situation. The party expressed its concerns in a press statement signed by the Party’s publicity secretary, Malam Yusuf Idris Gusau.
The APC stated that the PDP-led government under Governor Dauda Lawal is not effectively addressing the security issues in the state, resulting in the worsening situation. The party described this negligence as condemnable, as innocent citizens are suffering due to the government’s incompetence.
Malam Yusuf highlighted several attacks on innocent citizens in the state, emphasizing that even the State House of Assembly expressed its worries about the security situation. The statement also called attention to recent violent incidents, including attacks on a police station and various villages.
The APC criticized the governor for not appointing a Special Adviser on Security to coordinate and supervise security matters. Instead, the governor had focused on other appointments while neglecting the critical issue of protecting the lives and properties of the citizens.
Malam Yusuf urged the governor to address the issue of insecurity urgently and find solutions to the rising problems. The APC expressed condolences to the families of those who lost their lives and called for improvements in the conditions of those displaced by the insecurity.