CPC Dares Jonathan: Name Boko Haram Agents In Your Administration

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National Publicity Secretary of theCongress for Progressive Change (CPC), Engr.RotimiFashakin, has dared President Goodluck Jonathan to name agents of Boko Haram in his government and possibly prosecute them.

In a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja, Fashakin accused Okupe of deploying bullish tactics to shut up critics as well as opposition in the country in his response to the former Head of State’s comments.

The party said its attention was drawn to comments credited to the Presidential aide, who they alleged cast aspersions on Buhari for speaking on the “failure” of the President Goodluck Jonathan-led administration to provide security.

“Does it not speak eloquently on the mind-set of the President that he encourages his aides to lambast a former Nigerian leader and respected statesman for volunteering his concern on the general insecurity in the Nation state?

“Is it not a matter of grave concern that when a respected monarch, with all the retinue of security staff, could be so gruesomely attacked on the street, what hope is there for the ordinary Nigerian in this dispensation?

“Is it not ludicrous that, for more than one year since this President declared the infiltration of his government by Boko Haram, nobody (within his government) has been handed over for judicial prosecution?

“Is it not true that, rather than making the polity safe for the Citizens (based on the oath of allegiance sworn to on 29th May, 2011), this President has lately renewed his assault on our collective psyche with all the shenanigans of devious politicking, ahead of 2015 elections?,” the party queried.

The CPC said it would continue to leave up to its billing as a political party and also as vibrant opposition political party and help the nation in its quest for uprightness and accountability.

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