President Goodluck Jonathan, flanked by National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Muhammad Sani Sidi (at his right) and Governor of Borno State Kashim Shettima at (center of the picture), gestures as he speaks to internal displaced people from Bag ~ OLATUNJI OMIRIN
Abuja - The All Progressives Congress
(APC) Presidential Campaign Organisation (APCPCO) has distanced the party from
the current petrol scarcity in the country, describing the Peoples Democratic
Party’s (PDP) allegation against it as fallacious.
In a statement signed by Malam Garba Shehu, APCPCO’s
Director, Media and Publicity, in Abuja on Tuesday, the organisation said that
the Federal Government should take responsibility for the fuel supply situation
in parts of the country.
The document said that it was wrong for the PDP to accuse
APC of responsibility for the scarcity, adding that the accusation was
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It wondered why APC and its presidential candidate had to be blamed for every
problem currently in the country.
It wondered why APC and its presidential candidate had to be
blamed for every problem currently in the country.
"What else are they going to accuse the APC and its
presidential candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari, of?’’ it queried.
It advised the PDP and the Federal Government to dissipate
energy in ensuring that Nigerians get credible, free and fair elections on
March 28 and April 11.