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APC Vs PDP: Presidency Responds To Attacks On Buhari By Obasanjo

The Presidency has reacted to the attack on the President Muhammadu Buhari government by former President Olusegun Obasanjo.

Obasanjo on Sunday launched several attacks on Buhari and his government in attempt to convince Nigerians not to vote the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the coming election.

The Presidency, speaking through the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, asked the former President to tell Nigerians if elections were ever free and fair during his time in office.

Speaking on Politics Today on Channels TV, Adesina said, “Let me start by saying that President Muhammadu Buhari has abiding respect for former President Olusegun Obasanjo. You know they come from a constituency in which seniority is forever.

“President Obasanjo was superior to President Buhari in the military. President Buhari served under him for three and a quarter years as oil Minister.

“So, former President Obasanjo is a senior to President Buhari any day any time and President gives him due courtesies whenever they meet.

“So President Buhari will never be rude, that respect is abiding and enduring.

“Talking of the statement, I can only say that what the former President had said is his opinion of a man.

“There are about 196 million Nigerians. If one man says anything it is as best his opinion, it does not mean that is the gospel.

“What the former President has said is his opinion and this is a democracy, he has a right to it.

“You also forget that in this country when former President Obasanjo was in power there were many things that constituted impunity in that government.

“So like they said the onlooker sees more of the game than the player.

“It is so easy for the former President to sit back in his chair reclining and criticise a government but many things that constitute impunity would have happened under his government.

“Like I said and like you have observed it is just an opinion of one man and it doesn’t constitute the gospel.”

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