Taraba state governor Darius Dickson Ishaku has described the democracy practice in Nigeria as an embarrassing and insulting one that has no respect for the rule of Law.
The governor disclosed this on Tuesday in Jalingo while reacting to the recent siege of his private residence in Abuja by the Nigeria police.
He said the All Progressive Congress (APC)’s government under president Muhammadu Buhari was not living according to the tenants of the constitution of the Federal republic of Nigeria.
Ishaku condemned the Nigerian police for what he called the biased and selective justice.
The governor who was full of emotion wondered why the police will invade the private resident of a serving governor who is covered by immunity and only the PDP will condemn the act while the APC and it’s governors watch the impunity.
“APC didn’t talk about it, don’t they have governors?; can somebody walk into APC governor’s house and search it.?” Ishaku asked.
“They broke the door of the gate, broke all the doors of my house threw out my children whom I had to cajole into coming back to Nigeria and now one of them has gone back, and i am still begging him to come back to Nigeria. It is nonsense,” Ishaku reacted.