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BreakingNews 12/11/17: Sule Lamido displaying hooliganism -Presidency

BreakingNews 12/11/17: Sule Lamido displaying hooliganism -Presidency

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency on Sunday fired back at a former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido, for attacking President Muhammadu Buhari. The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, in a statement, said it was an act of hooliganism for Lamido, who, he noted, was facing criminal prosecution, to be aspiring for the nation's presidency.
 
Shehu described the series of interviews by Lamido, each one stepping up attacks on Buhari over the ongoing anti-corruption war, was a reflection of "the intellectual and moral bankruptcy" of the opposition in Nigeria.
 
Reacting to the latest of the interviews published on Saturday, Shehu warned that there was a grand plan by politicians to destroy national institutions such as the courts, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission "and everything good that the nation stands for."
 
According to him, "it is only in Nigeria that a leader will divert money belonging to the public into his children's account, then turns round to start pontificating on public morals, in the process subjecting the nation's honest leadership to daily attacks based on falsehood."
 
He stated: "It is even worse that such a person, facing criminal prosecution will start going round saying he wants to be president. Is this not one of the reasons why other countries are laughing at Nigeria? This is hooliganism. It is not opposition politics.
 
"As stated by the Buhari Media Support Group, the nation's war against corruption spearheaded by EFCC was incidentally formulated by the past PDP administration. It is a tragic irony that the leaders of the same party are doing their utmost to weaken or destroy it. Watch it, is that why he is seeking to lead the country?
 
"Time and again, President Buhari had lamented that strongmen had destroyed the country's strong institutions and that it will take strong men to rebuild them. He deserves the support of everyone to rebuild such institutions because they serve a common good."
 
Shehu appealed to opposition politicians to give Buhari the support needed to rebuild national institutions such as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, which he alleged they "either stifled or destroyed."



 
He challenged Lamido to convince Nigerians that his trenchant attacks against the government and the judiciary were not "a smokescreen to becloud the atmosphere of his criminal prosecution."
 
"In his diatribe published in the Vanguard newspaper last week, it is clear that the former governor not only set out to mock the President but the judiciary and important national institutions as part of an orchestrated plot to divert public attention from his scam related cases.
 
"If President Buhari's war against corruption as he said, was a mockery what does one say of Governor Lamido's sworn efforts to sabotage the country's efforts to rid itself of the cancer of corruption?
 
"If accountability of public officials is the very essence of a mature democracy, it is indeed ironic that a politician seeking the leadership of the country is making a mockery of institutions and leaders seeking to entrench that.
 
"As a country, Nigeria settled for President Buhari not just as President but the watchman of people's wealth. The citizens are happy with that and the whole world is applauding. African Union, the AU just named him as the Champion of the war against corruption. Opposition politicians like Governor Lamido need to come to terms with the fact that their act needs updating."
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.