Bauchi Gov’s Son Knocks APC For Blaming Jonathan Over Insecurity

Abdullahi Bala Muhammed, the son of Bauchi State governor has knocked the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for its continuous blame game, especially against the former president, Goodluck Jonathan over the worsening insecurity bedeviling the country.

APC National Publicity Secretary, Felix Morka, in a recent interview with Punch, said Jonathan’s administration would forever ne blamed for failing to nib in the bud, the situation at its starting point.

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The ruling party said that Jonathan was to be blame for allowing insurgency and banditry to continue to flourish. The party noted that it would be unreasonable for anyone to call president Muhammdu Buhari a failure for not putting an end to the country’s insecurity.

He said: “It was the same Jonathan administration that incubated Boko Haram to a point where it became a fighting force. Many of them who are in that party really should be hiding their faces by now.

“Jonathan would never have survived the onslaught if he was not defeated by election. A lot of issues we are talking about today were incubated by the same individuals and party when they were in government.”

Reacting to the report, the governor’s son, Abdullahi in an Instagram post, faulted the APC for exonerating Buhari and still blaming Jonathan after seven years.

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According to the governor’s son, instead of blaming itself, the ruling party continues to fault Jonathan.

He wrote: “Seven years later! Same old strategy! When it gets too hot they blame Jonathan. They blame anybody but themselves!”


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