- Following the defection of Hajiya Najaatu Muhammad from the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), more controversies have begun to unveil
- The former APC chieftain took a direct shot at President Muhammadu Buhari's administration as the most corrupt in history
- She stated that President Buhari failed in all his campaign promises and governs corrupt officials
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FCT, Abuja - A former chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Hajiya Najaatu Muhammad said President Muhammadu Buhari betrayed the trust she had in him.
She stated that supporting President Buhari has been a mistake all along and she is not willing to make the same mistakes with the presidential candidate of the APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
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“I followed Buhari and millions of people followed Buhari because they thought he will change Nigeria for the better but we never gave him an agenda, we never gave him demands, we never had an agreement with him about what we want.
"So this time around we have to learn from experience. Buhari discarded all of his followers, he discarded each and every one of us. None of us was taken to the Villa. And all the promises he made concerning corruption, security, agriculture and giving Nigerians an enabling environment, he didn’t fulfil it."
She further stated that the current administration is the most corrupt in the history of Nigeria while also stating that President Buhari has gone on to grant pardons to looters who looted taxpayer's money to enrich their pockets.
“Right now we are hearing of trillions, so what is he saying, he gives directives and counter directives are given, he has failed us, he has failed on his promises. Having said that, if I can make a mistake on Buhari I can not make another mistake on Asiwaju.”
In what seems like a very controversial revelation, Najaatu stated that Tinubu confessed to him that he had no masterplan yet for Northern Nigeria but promised to develop a masterplan if he emerges winner in next month's polls.
Najaatu added that the health status of the former Lagos state governor was alien to her until her visit to London.