Buhari Govt Most Corrupt Since 1999 – Atiku

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Atiku Abubakar advises the North on Restructuring
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FORMER Vice President Atiku Abubakar has described the President Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government as the most corrupt since the return of democracy to Nigeria in 1999.

Atiku said this in Abakaliki on Tuesday while addressing supporters of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in continuation of his campaign to emerge party’s presidential candidate in 2019, the state secretariat of the party.

The former Vice President said the only achievement the All Progressive Congress (APC) -led government can boast of is fighting corruption; but argued that fighting corruption is not the only responsibility of government.

“What is happening today in our country is in contravention with all our provisions of our constitution. In our federation, we are supposed to have an inclusive government but you know that this federal government is not inclusive.

“You know that this federal government is not united, you know that this federal government is incompetent, you know that this federal government is more corrupt than any government we have come through since 1999.

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“So, let nobody come and deceive you on corruption. They are more corrupt than any government that I know since 1999 and we shall be revealing their level of corruption. Fighting corruption alone is not the only responsibility of government.

“Our unemployment has accelerated high and there has never been a time we had more than 11million people, young people, young women thrown out of job. Today, we have more than 11 million unemployed people. Today, we have witnessed much insecurity in this country. Today, we are witnessing high inflation the APC government has brought to us in this country,” he said.

Mr Abubakar told the mammoth crowd that he was in the state to seek their support to defeat President Buhari in 2019.

He said the coalition formed by PDP and about 37 other parties was the first step in voting out the president in next year’s general election.

“Yesterday, 40 political parties came together to meet themselves to present one candidate for presidential election. The coalition is going to have one candidate for presidential election, one candidate for governor, one candidate for senator, one candidate for House of Reps, one candidate for House of Assembly, one candidate for party chairman.

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