The ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Niger State has chided the only senator elected on the platform of the Congress for Progress Change (CPC) from the state, Senator Ibrahim Musa over his comments about the state government.

The party which described his emergence as a senator as a political accident, stated that it was a grave mistake, that should not be allowed to happen again.

PDP Publicity Secretary, Hassan Saba who spoke with journalists over the weekend in Minna said because the senator was not in tune with goings on in his state, it was a reason he always made uninformed comments.

Senator Musa had stirred the hornets’ nest when last week, he said the PDP government in the state over the last five years had not performed but failed the people of the state.

But Saba making the position of the party known said that, “Senator Musa is a small man who accidentally occupies a big post and can do nothing than to reduce the big office to his small size

“He accidentally finds himself in an office that he is ill-equipped to occupy, and a product of accident of history. It is regrettable that the zone that will present the next governor of the state has a CPC circus man as its senator,” he added.

The publicity secretary added that the CPC senator had been warming the chair in the Senate without any reasonable contribution to debates that would improve the lot of the people of his constituency, his state and Nigeria as a whole like the way his predecessor and PDP man, Senator Nuhu Aliyu did contribute intelligently to the senate.

Hassan Saba stressed that Senator Musa was “lacking in developmental knowledge of the state government’s activities resulting in his pursuit of falsehood to remain relevant in the political scheme of things in his area”.

He said the PDP government in the state operates an open door policy which has thrown all its activities open to the public to scrutiny, saying that it is as a result of the open door policy that the public was made to be aware of the projects the government had executed with proceeds from the bonds collected from the capital market.The publicity secretary said the senator was “lacking in developmental knowledge of the state government’s activities resulting in his pursuit of falsehood to remain relevant in the political scheme of things in his area”.

He said the PDP government in the state operates an open door policy which has thrown all its activities open to the public to scrutinise saying that it is as a result of the open door policy that the public was made to be aware of the projects the government has executed with proceeds from the bonds collected from the capital market.

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