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PDP Wailed Over Disarray In The Presidency


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has wailed over the disarray in the Presidency particularly between President Muhammadu Buhari and his spokespersons over specific issues of national importance.

In a talk with a newspaper, National Publicity Secretary of the gathering, Chief Olisa Metuh, who said there are an excess of falsehoods originating from the administration as of late, said that Nigerians will soon know who is lying between President Buhari and his media associate, Garba Shehu, over who gets what when the recently named clergymen are confirmed.

It will be reviewed that President Buhari has said that not all the 36 pastors will get portfolios but rather will just sit in bureau with a specific end goal to meet the sacred procurement which stipulates that every condition of the league must have a priest in the bureau.

In any case, Buhari’s position was countered by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, who said the president will allot portfolios to all the 36 priests.

Talking on the perplexity the two repudiating articulations has created, Metuh encouraged Nigerians to be patient and sit tight for the president to swear in the pastors. This as indicated by him, will manage the cost of Nigerians the chance of knowing the liar between the president and his media helper.

“Give us a chance to sit tight for the president to initiate the bureau. At that point we will know who is really lying and who is stating reality. There are such a large number of lies from the Presidency these days and we don’t know who to accept once more”.

“However, I ask Nigerians to be understanding. We might soon know reality in the coming days and we the PDP will make our position known” he said.

Endeavors to reach Shehu demonstrated failed as a few calls made to his lines were not replied.

In his response, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina declined to remark on the issue saying “subsequent to the announcement was made by Garba, it will be wrong for him to talk on it.”