Buhari’s policies are dictatorial, anti-people – Sango

Buhari’s policies are dictatorial, anti-people – Sango
August 31 05:47 2016

Former Minister of Youth and Sports, Damishi Sango has  described President Muhammadu Buhari’s policies as ‘dictatorial’ and ‘anti-people’.

Sango, who is presently chairman of the Peoples 
Democratic Party in Plateau State, blamed the  President for the present hardship Nigerians are going through.

The former minister who spoke in a press conference in Jos on Tuesday, noted that President Buhari has not shed his propensity to inflict hardship on people, noting that his days as Military Head of State in the 80s were not any better.

“Buhari is not a democrat, he
 jailed our parents during his rule
 as military head of state; I was a 
witness to that, our people 
suffered severe hunger, just as the
hunger that is biting now,” Mr.
Sango said.

“Not many thought the first year 
of Muhammadu Buhari would 
look like this. The pump price of
 petrol at 145, per litre, the Naira
 at 380 to a dollar, not a single
road tarred, the 2016 budget in 
baby step, no minister has
 received a tranche for work,
 salary backlog now a routine,
 herdsmen as killer squads, Biafra
 on the rampage, Niger Delta 
brigands reborn, the change
 mantra muted jobs,” he said.

Sango also criticised the 
administration of Plateau State 
governor, Simon Lalong, who he said
 since assumption of office
 received N97 billion from the federal
government and yet not paying workers