A Nigerian lawmaker representing Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency in northcentral Plateau state, Hon. Edward Pwajok (SAN), has said President Muhammadu Buhari’s lopsided appointment contributed to insecurity faced in the country.
Pwajok, who is also the Chairman, House Committee on Rules and Business, said there is no way the country can have justice and fairness when all the security Chiefs came from one religion, tribe and from a particular zone of the country.
The House member stated this recently in Kuru of Jos South local government area, when he commissioned a 300KVA transformer in the said community.
“By the Buhari’s lopsided appointments he is telling Nigerians who are not from his tribe or religion that they are second class citizens or that they don’t belong to this country: so it is better we vote them out and vote in Atiku Abubakar from the People’s Democratic Party who will carry everyone along.
“I have told my people that the 2019 election is voting for freedom, independence and liberation from a tyrant who have ruled us for four years.
“My people have been suffering from insecurity and lack basic amenities but a vote for the PDP will liberate them and bring dividends of democracy.
“When PDP was in power, Nigeria became world largest economy in Africa but since the APC led Buhari government took over, we became the poverty capital of the world”, Pwajok said.
Our correspondent reports that Kuru of Jos South and Laminga in Fobur of Jos East Federal Constituency have not had electricity since the amalgamation of 1914, until the commissioning of the 300KVA transformer by Hon. Edward Pwajok.