Naija News reports Fatima had accused Buhari’s wife, Aisha, of attacking her inside the presidential villa.
She spoke in a recent interview with BBC where she spoke on a video where Aisha Buhari was captured complaining about being denied access to her apartment.
Aisha Buhari had defended her actions, saying she was denied access into apartments in the Villa.
Reacting on Tuesday in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, the PDP stated that the feud had turned the nation’s seat of power into a house of comedy.
The party said President Muhammadu Buhari’s failure to manage his family until they fought over rooms in the presidential villa is disgraceful.
“The chaos in the Villa further exposes the Buhari Presidency’s poor management of issues and highlights why it has failed monumentally in delivering on any of its responsibilities in governance, thus leaving our dear nation in a shambolic situation in the last five years,” he said.
“The feud further uncovers the impunity, disorderliness and vanity that pervade the Buhari Presidency and how the once serious and productive seat of power has been turned into a house of comedy and an overcrowded quarter for illegal occupants,” the PDP said.
According to the main opposition party, Nigerians should not expect anything progressive from the current administration.
“Our party notes that our dear nation has suffered enough disgrace from the Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC).
“The PDP, therefore, charges President Buhari to immediately apologize to Nigerians for his failures and be ready to vacate office for more competent hands, since it has become obvious that he is leading our country to nowhere,” Ologbondiyan added.
The PDP urged the National Assembly to investigate the alleged allocation of rooms in the presidential villa to unofficial persons, adding that the legislature should not hesitate to implement appropriate sanctions when needed.