2023: Atiku drags Lai Muhammed through the mud and reveals the minister tells ‘A tsunami of lies’

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  • DPP presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar says culture and communication minister Lai Mohammed told a tsunami of lies
  • Atiku made the revelation when reacting to Mohammed’s claim that he stole the economic plan of President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC
  • The former vice president argued that the APC and President Buhari did not come to power with a single document that could be described as an economic plan.

FCT, Abuja- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar said Information and Communications Minister Lai Mohammed told “a tsunami of lies” in his recent interview.

On Thursday, September 22, the minister alleged that the former vice president stole President Muhammadu Buhari’s economic plan, PM News reported.

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Atiku responds to Lai Mohammed on the request for an economic plan Photo credit: Atiku Abubakar
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Responding to this claim, Atiku said that President Buhari’s administration did not come to power with an economic plan that can be called a political document.

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Atiku, in a statement the same day, said:

“It’s a tsunami of lies! To begin with, it has been openly acknowledged that this current administration came to power without a single sheet of paper of what might be called a policy document. Nigerians know that in 2015 and 2019, it took APC six months and three months respectively to build a cabinet. Perhaps the Minister might be interested in telling Nigerians if it is also part of the APC manifesto to drag their feet in forming a government.

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The statement added that Nigeria experienced the worst economic recession in 2016 because the APC administration applied a catch-up strategy at the first signs of recession.

Powerful Southwest PDP leader reveals imminent danger for Atiku if Ayu is deposed

Legit.ng earlier reported that a PDP leader, Dele Momodu, said the party’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, alone could not remove Ayu, the party’s national chairman.

Momodu, who lost to Atiku in the party’s presidential primary, said if Atiku fired Ayu unilaterally, some members, including him, would feel vilified.

According to him, those calling for Ayu’s removal put a lot of pressure on Ayu and try to make him look like someone who can be pushed here and there.

Source: Legit.ng

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