Buhari centre fires back at Timi Frank, says Jonathan should apologise to Nigerians, The Buhari Leadership centre has condemned a recent attack on the president by a former deputy spokesperson for APC.
The cnetre said Timi Frank’s outrage against the President Buhari’s administration is only an attempt to attract the public attention – According to the centre, the apology called for by Frank should rather come from Goodluck Jonathan under whose administration Nigeria almost went into extinction.
A pro-Buhari group has condemned the attack on a former deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, on President Muhammadu Buhari. The Buhari Phenomenal Leadership Centre said Frank and his gang of detractors should desist from what it termed as “their shameful antics” by comparing the Goodluck Jonathan’s administration with the present.
The director of media and strategy of the BPLC, Akindele Aremu, said the apology called for by Frank should come Jonathan under whose administration Nigeria almost went into extinction. Aremu said while Mr.
Timi Frank is free to express himself as enshrined in the 1999 Constitution, decorum must not be sacrificed at the altar of self-aggrandizement. Stating that Nigerians voted en masse for President Buhari in 2015 due to the near collapse of governance in the country and the spate of insecurity during the Jonathan’s tenure, it is expected that since the likes of Frank are in the habit of making illogical statements in an attempt to attract the public attention.
Aremu said: “The act of Timi Frank comparing the administration of Goodluck Jonathan to that of President Muhammadu Buhari is the height of an insult to the millions of Nigerians that suffered untold hardship and deprivation under the PDP years of misrule in Nigeria.
This is the time for Timi Frank to desist from his shameful antics because the apology in question should come from his benefactor, Goodluck Jonathan under whose administration Nigeria almost went into extinction,” Aremu concluded. Frank alleged that some of the funds earmarked for the purchase of security aparatus in Nigeria is been stolen by some members of the APC.