The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says it expects President Muhammadu Buhari to inspect and commission some projects 'executed' by the Gov. Lalong administration during his planned campaign rally in Plateau State.

Most of the projects supposedly executed and/or commissioned by the Governor have either been abandoned or never existed, the Plateau State chapter of the Party alleges.

"We are aware that even some projects, particularly the Bukuru - Mararaban jama'a high way which was 'commissioned' by him during his last state visit has been abandoned," a statement by its Publicity Secretary, John Akans said, Thursday.

The party's position according to the Statement is informed by the need to put to rest "the lies being bandyed by Governor Lalong in a desperate attempt to justify his mismanagement of the funds that have accrued to his administration in the last three and half years."

"You are just panicked"

Reacting to the position, the State Information Commissioner, Yakubu Dati said the opposition Party had merely entered into a "panic mode" ahead of the Saturday visit by the President.

"Plateau are not oblivious of the obvious benefits of the president's intended visit to the state and they have long made up their minds to give him a rousing welcome not minding a terse and incoherent statement from a pack of envious and desperate politicians," Dati said in a statement.

He added that the PDP is scared that President Buhari’s visit will further expose it as a "vacuous assemblage of spent political forces seeking for relevance" aside opening the eyes of the party's financiers about claims to popularity.

The government spokesperson accepted the challenge to have the President inspect projects saying "it will further project the laudable works of this administration and the pains it has taken to redeem some of the works abandoned by the last administration in the state."