For Asking Buhari to Quit, FG Calls PDP Shameless Irritant





Olawale Ajimotokan and Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja
For daring to ask President Muhammadu Buhari to quit over his poor handling of the economy, the federal government has said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is a shameless irritant bent on distracting the government from its rescue mission and returning the country to “Egypt”.

Information and Culture Minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said in a statement yesterday that the government was on a rescue mission to revive Nigeria after the PDP left it in a coma, adding that the party was out to sabotage the rescue efforts.
Mohammed said if the PDP had understood the meaning of shame, it would never have dared to even make a single comment on the same economy that it did everything to kill.

. “While the PDP was emasculating Nigeria on all fronts, including social, economic and political, the rapacious party was deceiving Nigerians by giving them the illusion of growth and prosperity,” he said, adding: “Instead of showing remorse and rebuilding itself to a strong opposition party, the PDP has continued to blame the successor Buhari administration which is left to clear their mess.”

Mohammed said the PDP had continued to engage in a blame game, when it should be hiding from the shame it brought upon the country.
Apparently angered by the Eid-el-Kabir message by Buhari, where the president had dismissed its 16 years in the saddle as extremely wasteful and without a corresponding savings and lack of investment and infrastructure, the PDP had asked the president to quit for failing to meet the public expectations.

But Mohammed in a burst of rage, described the economy under PDP’s watch as nothing but a bubble that was buoyed by massive corruption and chronic incompetence. He said such was the scale of graft under the former ruling party that the sum of $31.5 million was allegedly traced to a former First Lady without any known means of earned livelihood.

. “They keep saying we should stop talking of the past, yet the past will not stop rearing its head. Read more below cc famousblogng

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