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Buhari’s anti-graft war deceitful, says Frank

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President Buhari. Photo/Twitter/AsoRock

Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, has described the anti-graft war being waged by President Muhammadu Buhari as deceitful.

Frank, in a statement yesterday, argued that Buhari had lost the moral right to wage the anti-graft war in the country, adding that the APC-led administration was only fighting corruption on the pages of newspapers.

Frank described as corruption Buhari’s pressure on Danjuma Goje to drop his bid for the senate presidency and his support for Ovie Omo-Agege for deputy senate president.

Calling on Nigerians and the international community to disregard Buhari ‘fabricated’ integrity slogan, he said the current institutions established to fight corruption had been politicised and only being use against Nigerians opposed to the interest of the APC-led administration.

Said he: “General Buhari, for selfish reasons, is using corrupt means to get political support, as it is seen in the case of Senator Goje, whose alleged corruption case running into billions of naira was forgiven because he agreed not to contest senate principal position against APC’s preferred candidate.

“Buhari is the biggest beneficiary of corruption in Nigeria. He should account for the TraderMoni and tell the world where all the money used to buy votes during the just-concluded general elections he did not win came from.”

He challenged Buhari to tell the world what became of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) scandal, fuel subsidy, Ikoyi-gate where huge amount of money was discovered and so many corrupt elements around him.


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