PDP charged the Nigerian Army, police, DSS to intensify efforts to secure the release of its LG party chairman in Kogi.
The opposition party claimed the security agencies are not doing enough to secure the release of the victim who was abducted on Saturday, August 10.
President Buhari was also called upon to intervene as the the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has charged the Nigerian Army, police and the Department of State Services (DSS) to speak out on the abduction of its local government party chairman in Kogi.
The PDP chairman in Okene local government area, Musa Adelabu, was kidnapped by gunmen allegedly dressed in military fatigue. The party expressed grave concerned over the whereabouts of Adelabu who was abducted in his home on Saturday, August 10, with his abductors allegedly telling his family members that they were acting on “orders from above”.
The opposition party claimed the security agencies are not doing enough to secure the release of the victim who was abducted on Saturday, August 10 .
According to The Nation, the PDP in a statement on Tuesday, August 13, signed by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, said it is unacceptable that the security agencies have kept mum over the abduction, even as his party and family have continued to demand for his release.