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‘Buhari fell sick because of monumental corruption he met in office’ – APC Chieftain

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A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Modestus Umenzekwe, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari’s sickness was caused by “the monumental heap of corruption that he met when he assumed duty.”

Umenzekwe, in a statement, said the visit of the Presidential Media Team to the President in London exposed the lies fed to Nigerians by critics about his health and the economy.

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The statement reads: “The visit exposed the opposition and their cohorts of the kind of thoughts that ruled Nigerians for 16 years. President Buhari’s ill health was caused the monumental heap of corruption that he met when he assumed duty.

“In the power sector alone over N11 trillion was spent and yet nothing to show for it. What the APC government met under power is enough to give Buhari ill health.

“Look at the findings in the Ministry of Petroleum where someone accumulated the wealth of over three nations put together. What about the bad roads. Today the entire Apapa, in Lagos is being closed down for one year for full road reconstruction. The road network is in shamble up to Tincan Island Ports. That is why the pressure from those calling for the restructuring of Nigeria is on the rise.

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“When people are talking about change, I laugh because the true meaning of change is nothing but creating a very congenial atmosphere in the state administration. What has Buhari inherited from his predecessors, nothing. Where is Nigerian Airways, Nigerian National Shipping Line, National Electric Power Authority?  Most of these were fraudulently privatized. What are the benefits the nation derived from such privatization? What has happened to the old National Assembly Complex at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, the National Stadium, Tafawa Balewa Square, The National Arts Theatre, The Nigerian Telecommunication (NITEL)? They have all gone into oblivion. They are either sold away or completely abandoned to decay. They are now gathering to take over governance in 2019 when we are yet to clean the mess they made. They are all dreamers.”

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