#SoundOff: How Buhari And The APC Are Looking For Escape Routes

#SoundOff: How Buhari And The APC Are Looking For Escape Routes

By Opinions | The Trent on November 14, 2015
Muhammadu Buhari Nigeria APC
Nigerian former Gen. Muhammadu Buhari speaks moments after he was presented with a certificate to show he won the election in Abuja, Nigeria, Wednesday, April 1, 2015. | AP/Sunday Alamba

by Adima Blessing

When President Mohammadu Buhari announced that all MDAs should pay their remits all it revenue through the TSA the APC gongs, sounding brass and clinging cymbals sounded this is the end corruption. They never bothered to care if this was the initiative of the immediate past administration even when the PDP and it supporters display evidence of the origin of the TSA with N500bn saved through that initiative in 2012 the APC dubious media suppressed facts and sing Buhari to high heaven.

When Dr Goodluck Jonathan made his first public outing on a condolence visit to the late H I D Awolowo family he told the world that the TSA is the baby of Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala but the Buharist never accepted that.

Now that it is becoming clearer that the deity of judgement is the same demon of destruction, the APC been shameless as they are, as usual they have started game of where to take their trouble to you when it goes wrong GEJ must be roped in. Can the APC and President Buhari stop playing politics for once and be truthful?

The N500bn saved by the GEJ regime in 2012 through the TSA, was the same REMITA that did the collection? Who awarded the contract to TSA a non financial organization?

Some of their agents have already assume their responsibility to field Nigerians with all the lies to cover up this big mess that a clean man Mohammadu Buhari have found himself with just six months in the saddle.


Adima Blessing is a political activist. Connect with him on Facebook.

The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author. 


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