Don't let Buhari use you again - PDP warns Tinubu

Grant Boone
April 1, 2018

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has said that the present government would continue to talk about the corruption under PDP for as long as possible.

Born on March 29, 1952 in the city of Lagos, Chief Bola Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu attended St. John's Primary School, Aroloya, Lagos and Children's Home School in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.

"The attention of the National Chairman of the PDP, Prince Uche Secondus has been drawn to a press conference addressed by the Minister of Information Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Friday, claiming that the National Chairman collected N200 million from the purse of the National Security Adviser (NSA)".

The list, released at a news briefing in Lagos, contained the names of six PDP politicians topped by that of the party's National Chairman.

The Presidency said: "Apology borne by desperation to recapture power without a desire to admit how much they stole and the reluctance to return the loot is morally hollow". Yet they made a decision to grandstand.

"How can a President who enjoys the company of perjurer, looters and is never aware of the activities of corrupt people around him, fight the menace of corruption?", the PDP queried.

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He said: "We challenge Buhari to make open the sources of fund available to his campaign in the 2003, 2007 and 2011 race as well as the names of the donors".

The statement read in part: "In line with the directive of the ruling APC Government that PDP should return all looted monies for Nigerians to accept our apology, PDP hereby wholeheartedly agrees to abide by this suggestion and will get its members to return the said looted money".

Shikaan according to the letter noted that if Mohammed failed to meet their demand after 48 hours, they shall "within 72 hours from today, proceed to a court of competent jurisdiction to ventilate our clients right under the law".

"It's like a robber admitting to stealing your auto and apologising, but then saying he will keep the vehicle anyway". And that reminds me of what English writer, William Hazlitt, said: "The only vice that can not be forgiven is hypocrisy".

"We will not stop talking about the massive looting by the PDP". We are now looking around for loans to build infrastructure, and they ask us not to talk about it.

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