Secondus calls on Britain to expel Buhari

Uche Secondus, the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, has called on the United Kingdom to expel President Muhammadu, who he accused of hiding in England to allegedly undermine democracy in Nigeria.

The opposition party’s national chairman said that Britain should not allow its environment to be turned into what he called “a haven for anti-democracy conspirators.”

In a statement signed by his media adviser, Ike Abonyi, Secondus said that the President left the country for the UK for 10 days’ leave to enable the nefarious activities they lined out against democracy to be executed in his absence.

He said that the final plan for the invasion of the National Assembly was concretised when the former Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio, visited the President in London last weekend.

According to him, the siege to National Assembly leaves no one in doubt that President Buhari and his ruling All Progressives Congress are out to destroy the hard-earned democracy because they can no longer fit into it.

Secondus also saluted the courage of the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, for sacking the Director General of the Department of State Services, Lawan Daura, to show that Nigeria couldn’t be hijacked and ruled by cabals.

He said that democrats all over the world did not need any further evidence to show that President Buhari and the APC had suspended democracy and were now running a draconian administration.

Secondus said, “Nigerians and the international community have continuously watched this administration harass and intimidate the legislature and judiciary as well as others in opposition in their bid to create a dictatorial regime.