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Published On: Thu, Jan 5th, 2017

PDP alleges the government led by APC the most corrupt

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has claimed that the current government led by APC is the most corrupt in the whole history of our country. This was said out loud on Wednesday, the 21st of November.

PDP has stated that if to compare two governments: under the current President Muhammadu Buhari and the former President Goodluck Jonathan, more corruption has been penetrated during the leadership of Buhari.

Latest PDP news reported by Vanguard on Wednesday, the 21st of November, are dealing with the claim that Goodluck Ebele Johnathan in his book “My Transition Hours” has written that a lot of stealing of the budget money can be noticed in the Buhari-led government. And it is not a secret anymore.

By the way, it is said that the book written by the former Nigerian president Goodluck Johnathan is focused on the last days of the former president in the office (2015) and controversies dealing with his acceptance of defeat.

The national publicity secretary of the party, Kola Ologbondiyan, informed that Johnathan stated the obvious, especially taking into account that fact that he asked the National Assembly to open the records of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDA) for the last three and a half years in order to discover the shaky practices occurring in the administration led by Buhari.

However, the opinions on the latest book written by the former President Johnathan have divided. For example, Kashim Shettima, Borno state governor criticised “My Transition hours” by Goodluck Johnathan just one day after the book presentation in Abuja. He named it “fiction” and “elementary”.

To prove his words, the Governor of Borno state alleged that Johnathan lied about the issue of the Chibok schoolgirls. According to Premium Times, this issue was included in the book.

Again, we see that the closer the date of the general election, the more controversies start to become public.

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