BAUCHI State Governor Isa Yuguda of Bauchi yesterday condemned and described as a’’betrayal and ungratefulness’’ last week’s statement credited to National Security Adviser Gen. Andrew Owoye Azazi on the insecurity in the country.
Yuguda, represented by his Chief of Staff (CoS), Government House Bauchi, Yusuf Musa Gumli, made the condmenation at the swearing in of executive members of Bauchi State ‘s Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held at the Party’s Zonal Office in Bauchi metropolis.
He said: “It is disheartening to hear a respected member of the party who occupies a very sensitive position in the government, make such aimless and indicting statement that is capable of smearing the name of the party.
‘’A National Security Adviser and a retired Army General, Azazi, should have used his experience, age, and exposure in fashioning his statement in such a way that whoever heard or read him will know he is not happy but there is hope for surmounting the current insecurity in the country.
“Matters that affect the party should first of all, be discussed internally before making any public pronouncement because PDP is a family and as a family, we should and must not wash our linens outside’’.
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Yuguda condemns Azazi’s comments