By Chibuzo Ukaibe, Abuja –
The Democratic People Party (DPP) yesterday picked holes on the approved for the release of $1billion dollars by the federal government to fight insurgency. the party also called for an audit of monies released so far to combat insurgency.
DPP said even at the peak of the Boko Haram crisis, Nigeria has never released that kind of money to fight insurgents.
The opposition party also declared its regret over supporting the All Progressives Congress (APC) in 2015 election, saying that it was not the change they campaigned for.
The national chairman of DPP, Benson Garshon, stated this while speaking with newsmen after the national convention of the party which held yesterday in Abuja.
Garshon and 61 others national party officers emerged through consensus at the convention.