Buhari Presidency’s Resort To Lies Against @atiku, A Sign Of Defeat. The resort to derogatory comments and personal attacks by Alhaji Lai Mohammed and other officials of the failed @mbuhari Presidency against our Presidential Candidate is a sign of defeat and non-performance.
Since the successful conduct of our Presidential primary and the popular emergence of the former Vice presiden Alh.Atiku Abubakar, the @mbuhari Presidency and the @officialAPCNg have become intimidated; gone into panic mode and ignobly resorting to trading on rumour and spurious allegations.
We aware of how the unnerved and intimidated @mbuhari
Presidency has unleashed its officials, spin doctors and hack writers with billions of naira, siphoned from our national treasury, to fabricate lies, spurious allegations and smear campaign against our Presidential candidate.
While it is understandable that President @mbuhari is discomfited and afraid to face a popular candidate in any elections due to his incompetence, for which Nigerians earnestly seek his replacement, engaging in smear campaign, as a means of survival, is completely reprehensible.
It is therefore a heinous perversion for Lai Mohammed, who has earned himself a notoriety, to the extent Nigerians now replace his first name, ‘Lai’ with ‘lie’, to attempt to suggest that the choice of
@atiku is a return to era of corruption.
Lai Mohammed fails to note that Nigerians are aware that, while our candidate,
@atiku has never been indicted for corruption or facing any corruption charge, President @mbuhari is now overburdened by indictments and allegations of humongous corruption.
@NNPCgroup and the Ministry of Petroleum, under @mbuhari’s direct supervision.
Lai Mohammed should speak up on the alleged siphoning of N1.4 t through sleazy oil subsidy regimes and those benefiting from the alleged N58 hidden tax per liter which Nigerians have continued to bear since the fuel price increase from N87 to presumably unsubsidized cost of N145.
Lai Mohammed should speak up on why the @mbuhari Presidency is suppressing investigation into alleged use of 18 unregistered companies to lift and divert N1.1 trillion worth of crude oil in 2017 and the President’s alleged link with the beneficiaries of this fraud.
Can Lai Mohammed tell Nigerians how the @mbuhari era allegedly presided over the stealing of over N18 billion from the funds approved for rehabilitation of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and rebuilding of six northeast states ravaged by insurgency?