PDP Is A Terrorist Organisation By Dr. Peregrino Brimah

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This Is An Urgent Notice To All Global Terrorist Monitoring Departments
It is important that Nigerians and global security networks are notified or reminded as applies, that the ruling party of Nigeria is a terrorist organization.

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This statement refers to the Terrorism (Prevention) Act 2011 and the Amendment Bill of 2012 with amendments to Section 17. According to the Act, guilty of terrorism are included “any person or persons who commits a belligerent act or has directly aided, abetted, or is perceived to have sponsored or supported hostilities in aid of unlawful combatant forces.”
Based on Nigeria’s laws defining terrorism and international laws on terrorism, any person or organization that commits belligerent acts and is perceived to aid and support terrorism is culpable in terrorism.
In recognition of the above, Nigeria’s ruling party, the People’s Democratic party, PDP, and the Presidency stand accused of unequivocally promoting and supporting terrorism in Nigeria and abroad.
The recent press statement of the ruling PDP political party, as released by PDP National Publicity Secretary, Mr Olisa Metuh, re-establishes the terrorist definers of the PDP party.
In the statement of March 7th, 2014, Olisah Metuh described the APC opposition political party as bearing “Janjaweed” militia ideology. He further declared the party pro-anarchical and suspect in the nations terror history. [Refer: https://dailytrust.info/index.php/politics/18481-manifesto-a-product-of-janjaweed-ideology-pdp]
These strong official accusations from the ruling party in lieu of the current deadly terrorism situation in Nigeria, unquestionably demand immediate action from Nigeria’s security department.
Implicating the PDP in national and global terrorism; the critical points to be noted are as follows:
(i) If the APC party is so suspected of being the ‘faces behind the mask,’ as Metuh insinuated, the public query is to why the ruling PDP government has not disbanded the APC party and taken in its leaders for interrogation in the interest of the security of the nation and protection of life. Metuh’s has made a hefty accusation or allegation. The failure of the ruling PDP party to urgently act on such strong ‘intelligence’ as publicized by Metuh, implicates the PDP party in aiding and abetting terrorism and the deaths of thousands of Nigerians. Refer to the Nigerian Anti-terrorism Act. It is the responsibility of the government—and not us, the people—to cordon all ‘suspects’ of terror.
(ii) The PDP national chairman from March 2012 to January 2014, Bamanga Tukur, in violation of Nigeria’s terrorism Prevention Act, defended the actions of the Boko Haram terrorist sect that has claimed the lives of thousands of Nigerians and destroyed livelihood and property worth billions of Naira. PDP’s Bamanga Tukur on May 16th, 2012 said: “Boko Haram is fighting for justice. Boko Haram is another name for justice. “ [Refer: https://www.punchng.com/news/boko-haram-fighting-for-justice-tukur/] This pronouncement in support of Boko Haram, which has led to increased recruitment by the organization and increased support for the activities of these terrorists has been tolerated by the ruling PDP party to date. Upon his resignation, this staunch party bigwig who has not yet been subjected to the Terrorism Prevention Act, was again employed under the PDP ruling government to head Nigeria’s railway corporation. This is a clear act of terror by the Nigerian Presidency and ruling party, a violation of Nigeria’s Terrorism Prevention Act and international codes on terror.
(iii) Nigeria’s former top security official, NSA Andrew Owoye Azazi, the designated official head of the department with accurate information and intelligence on the true nature of Nigeria’s Boko Haram terrorist operation directly indicted the PDP ruling party as the face behind Nigeria’s terror. His statement in April of 2012: “PDP got it wrong from the beginning, from the on-set by saying Mr A can rule, Mr A cannot rule ……according to PDP’s convention, rules and regulation and not according to the constitution and that created the climate for what has manifest itself, this way… Boko Haram suddenly became better trained, better equipped and better funded.” [Refer: https://www.channelstv.com/home/2012/04/27/azazi-blames-boko-haram-attacks-on-pdp/] NSA
Andrew Azazi was killed in a helicopter accident later that year after making the revelation in suspect circumstances. The death of Andrew Azazi must be taken up and re-investigated by international human rights organizations and the implications of his notice needs to be registered in confirming the indictment of the PDP party in Africa’s terror.

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