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APC treading same path that led to PDP's downfall - Youths

21 April 2016, 07:36

Abuja - The Arewa Youth Movement for Good Governance has warned the All Progressives Congress (APC) to get its house in order or face the consequences.

According to the Daily Post, Ibrahim A. Abdulahi, leader of the group, made the statement while addressing the media in Kaduna on Wednesday.

Abdulahi has warned the ruling party that they are on the same path that led to the People's Democratic Party (PDP) downfall and could be manufacturing their own demise.

While commending President Muhammadu Buhari's fight against corruption, the youth leader claimed that the anti-graft war had become a selective with-hunt.

Also read: Kogi PDP disowns Bello

“The fight against corruption is rather selective and requires redress in order to stand by President Muhammadu Buhari’s inaugural speech “I belong to everybody, I belong to nobody,’” said Abdulahi.

In addition, the youth leader has claimed that Buhari is a beneficiary of the rule of law and must therefore be viewed as someone who equally respects the rule of law.

According to Abdulahi, Senate President Bukola Saraki's trial is not in accordance with due process and has come about as a result of ill intent on the part of those who are in opposition to him.

“We as a group condemn the silence of the party and Mr. President over the trial of the Senate President. If not witch hunting, how can the number three citizen of a country be brought before a tribunal over alleged irregularities in his asset declaration forms 13 years ago and the party he belongs will not come out to show solidarity or defend him?” Abdulahi questioned.

Read more at the Daily Post

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