The presidency has warned that the unwarranted attacks on President Muhammadu Buhari should stop
This was the position of the president’s personal assistant on social media, Lauretta Onochie
She noted that there are people who are uncomfortable with a President Buhari-led presidency
The presidency has warned that the unwarranted attacks on President Muhammadu Buhari should stop.
This was the position of the president’s personal assistant on social media, Lauretta Onochie, who made the declaration on her Facebook page
Onochie stated that the president has the political will to tackle ”the corruption that created insecurity and economic recession in our nation.”
She decried a situation where appointees of the president are subjected to ridicule by the Nigerian Senate.
”It’s a war against President Muhammadu Buhari and the war he is ably leading Nigerians to wage against Corruption. Where there are no issues, they manufacture one,” she opined.
Sh continued: ‘The Senate is now falling into the habit of calling on the president to sack those he chose to work with him.
”The latest is Colonel Hameed Ali, CG Custom. The president can sack anyone but it has to be his decision based on credible evidence of wrong-doing.
”This war against the President’s war on corruption is bound to fail. It’s a war Nigerians elected President Muhammadu Buhari to wage and the war’s insecticides only kill insects! And there are a lot of insects in Nigeria, including the Senate.
”There’s no hiding place for those with a history of corruption or those who have criminality in their DNA.
”The war on corruption will continue to be waged for as long as some people continue to make corruption an enterprise.”
Meanwhile, the coordinator of Buhari Media Support Group, Malam Muhammad Labbo has stated that President Buhari is too busy to be distracted by the memo sent to him by Governor Nasir El-Rufai.
Laboo made the comments in a statement distributed to journalists on Wednesday, March 22, even as he dismissed insinuations that the president is intolerant of critics.
El-Rufai had sent a 30-page memo to the president last year, stating that the All Progressives Congress has made the situation in Nigeria worse than it met it by failing to be proactive in taking key decisions in a timely manner.