Buhari Taking Credit For Port Harcourt Airport Terminal Done By Jonathan –...

Buhari Taking Credit For Port Harcourt Airport Terminal Done By Jonathan – PDP

By News Agency of Nigeria on October 28, 2018
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L-R: Muhammadu Buhari, Goodluck Jonathan | Getty Images/The Presidential Precint

The People’s Democratic Party, PDP, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of claiming credit for the Port Harcourt Airport Terminal, saying the project was conceptualized, articulated and financed by the PDP administration.

The PDP said President Buhari’s theatrical commissioning of the terminal built by the PDP administration was another failed media stunt to create a false impression that Mr. President is performing, even when he made no contribution whatsoever towards the execution of the project.

A statement Thursday, October 25, 2018, by the spokesman of the PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan, said Nigerians were thoroughly amused when President Buhari’s handlers brought him to Port Harcourt, Rivers State, for the first time since his inauguration in 2015, only to orchestrate another failed attempt to claim credit for project executed by others.

“If anything, the Buhari administration, in its incompetence, only succeeded in delaying the completion of the project, which was perfected by the PDP, including payments to contractors.

“It is to say the least appalling that after three and half years, a President, who is seeking reelection, cannot point to any development project, initiated and executed by his administration in any part of our country.

“Instead, our dear President has been moving around trying to claim credit for projects executed by the PDP, all in a desperate attempt to cover his failures in governance”, the statement added.

The PDP recalled that the President and the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, had similarly attempted to claim credit for the Abuja Light Rail Project, saying that it’s public knowledge that the project was conceptualized and policy-propelled by the PDP.


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