Ifeanyi Okowa, the Delta State Governor and the PDP vice presidential candidate, has blasted Kashim Shettima.

 

He criticized Shettima, the All Progressives Congress APC, Vice presidential candidate, over comments that he will oversee the nation’s security if elected.

Okowa has now demanded an explanation for the comments asking if Shettima planned to take over the job of the Commander In Chief.

Speaking in Kano, the PDP VP candidate said, Kashim Shatimma’s statement is too ambiguous and should be verified so that Nigerians will know if he will steer the ship of security council meetings and takes over the role of the president.

 

He said, “in our own case we are going to run an all-inclusive government, with me and other officials complementing the President, not that I will oversee this or that, ours is an all-inclusive administration”.

The Delta State Governor asked the APC VP candidate if he is revising the constitutional provisions of the Commander In Chief as it is in Nigeria and if not, “how can he control security while the President is supposed to be the one in charge of them”.

Speaking on other national issues, Okowa expressed worry over the shortfall in the nation’s oil production, insisting that something drastic has to be done to arrest the situation.

 

He said as a government if elected, they will implement the New PIB Law, and involve fully the communities in the guarding of pipelines with huge penalties against anybody found vandalizing them.

Okowa said, “above all, Nigerian security operatives should be sincere in protecting the nation’s assets, because without their commitments and sincerity whatever the government provides will be neglected”.

“All those communities operating illegal refineries are known, including those outsiders, therefore security agencies should act on them and be sincere in taking care of the situation.

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