Adeyeye Condemns APC's Directive To National Assembly Members On Budget, Others
Afenifere Chieftain and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship aspirant in Ekiti State, Prince Dayo Adeyeye has condemned the directive issued by the All Progressives Congress (APC), to its members in the National Assembly to work against the interest of the Federal Government, describing it as reasonable.
The APC issued the directive in a communique issued at the end of its 8th Interim National Executive Committee Meeting, Thursday in Abuja, directing its members in the National Assembly to block the passage of the 2014 Budget and confirmation of all nominees to military and civilian positions, pending the resolution of the crisis in Rivers State.
Adeyeye, said that the directive was the peak of demonstration of the APC's hatred for Nigeria and its people, adding that; "Only enemies of a country will take decisions that are geared towards shutting down the economy of the country and endangering its security."
He said; "Now Nigerians are getting to see what these characters in the APC have been doing in the South Western part of the country.
"If approval of service chiefs is not given by the National Assembly, just because their is political conflict in one out of the 36 States in the country, isn't that an invitation to anarchy in the entire country?
“If Budget is not passed, how will the National Assembly itself functions? Won't the economy of Nigeria collapse?
"And these people want to rule Nigeria? God will never allow them."