- Lai Mohammed has blamed opposition Peoples Democratic Party for Buhari's government inability to solve Nigeria's problems
- According to the minister of information and culture, the rot APC inherited from the 16-year misrule is massive
- Going further, the minister revealed that the PDP never repaired any of Nigeria's refineries while in power
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has revealed whe the All Progressives Congress-led federal government has been unable to resolve some of the country’s challenges.
According to the minister, this is as a result of the rot it inherited from the 16-year misrule of the Peoples Democratic Party.
He also argued that the PDP had no right to attack the APC as doing so would be like a bed wetter mocking the person washing the soiled bedspread.
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“The PDP government never repaired the refineries. So, what we have today is that we are still importing. This administration has inaugurated one modular refinery, we have three on the way and we hope that the
“It is like someone that someone destroyed something for 16 years and they expect us in four years to clean up the mess. We are trying our best. We are rising to the challenges but it is not a bed wetter that should be abusing a washman.”
Going further, he advised Nigerians not to be deceived by the PDP, adding that a kidnapper could never rescue a victim.
“Those who brought the country to its knees are now accusing those working hard to repair things of non-performance. They said they are ready to rescue Nigeria. Pray, where do kidnappers rescue their victims? These same guys who kidnapped the fortunes of their country are suddenly posing as rescuers. Caveat Emptor! Buyers beware! Nigerians Beware!”
We’re proud that in our time, Nigerians can travel safely by rail - Lai Mohammed
The federal government has performed excellently in the provision of infrastructure, Lai Mohammed, minister of information, has declared.
According to him, the federal government has done well on ensuring safety via rail transport.
“We are proud that in our time, Nigerians are once again able to travel by rail, this time in total comfort and safety.