Reps minority caucus faults Buhari's UN speech

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The minority caucus in the House of Representatives has taken a swipe at the President’s address at the 76th United Nations General Assembly.

The caucus said the claims are in disagreement with the reality of the alleged failures of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

In a statement issued by the Minority Leader of the House, Ndudi Elumelu, the group said the speech was a great disservice to the nation as it did not present the true picture of affairs in the country identifying human rights violations, corruption, and incompetence in his administration.

The statement said the caucus was alarmed by President’s report that terrorists have been weakened in Nigeria when in reality, insurgents have become so emboldened under his watch, adding that caucus is depressed that President BUHARI’s speech did not reflect on the kidnapping and killing of students and school children in Nigeria.

The statement further advised the President to always cross-check contents given to him by his handlers, as such addresses should be working documents for intervention.

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