BMO wondered how PDP leaders could look Nigerians in the eyes in the last four years and say the party could have done better than what President Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) had been doing since inauguration.
“We are still at a loss on how a party could collect donors’ funds and not use them for what it told the world, with fanfare, that it was meant for.
“If a party could do this to itself, what would it not do to the generality of Nigerians when confronted with massive funds for critical infrastructure? Loot them of course!
“No wonder then that several projects at different stages of incompletion dotted the nation’s landscape as at May 29, 2015, when President Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in for his first term in office.
“For the avoidance of doubt, a large chunk of what the Buhari administration had been doing is to complete all abandoned projects it inherited from previous PDP administrations.
“That is why the country is like a huge construction site with contractors now mobilised back to site by a government which had been doing so much more with so little in four years.
“We invite Nigerians to compare the PDP sloppiness with a 12-storey building, for instance, with this administration’s work on 13 housing estates which are slated for completion this year under the National Housing Project Plan.
“This is aside from 47 road projects scheduled for completion in 2020/21; Lagos, Kano, Maiduguri and Enugu international airports to be commissioned in 2020 as well as the Lagos – Ibadan and Itakpe – Warri rail lines which are to be delivered in the first quarter of the year.”
The group said there is no certainty that PDP would ever complete the abandoned secretariat having been denied access to power and free fund at the centre for so long.