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A former Deputy National Chairman of PDP, Chief Bode George, said he hold back from criticizing the policies of the All Progressives Congress-led Federal Government because resolving the crisis in his party was more important. It was unnecessary to condemn the policies of the APC now because the party had pleaded with Nigerians that they should be given time.

George stated this on a interview that, he refused to comment on the increase in fuel price because the PDP had to remove the speck in its eyes before seeing that of the APC.

While he was asked to comment about the fuel price increase, he said, No comment. No comment for now. It is not yet time to criticize President Muhammadu Buhari or the All Progressives Congress because we in the PDP are in a crisis and we are trying to rebuild our own house. The APC and the President have asked for time to deliver on their campaign promises and we are watching. For now, whether it is fuel price hike or other government policies, I will say no comment.

We are busy holding meetings in order to rebuild the PDP and it would be unnecessary to make any comment yet. Our party is trying to resolve its crisis. The next general election is still very far away. It is three years away from here. In the fourth year of this government, when elections are around the corner, this present government would have almost finished its tenure. It is then we can roll out our plans and be able to make a good critique of the Buhari government.