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Buhari ’ll always tell Nigerians the truth, says Presidency

By Mohammed Abubakar, Abuja   |   02 November 2015   |   4:06 am  

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THE Presidency has insisted that despite the misgivings expressed by the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) about President Muhammadu Buhari’s discussions about the state of the nation’s economy, the President would continue to disclose the true state of the economy.

The Presidency’s traction was contained in a statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, which said that the comment by the PDP’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Olisa Metuh, by the President’s statements about the state of the Nigerian was “de-marketing” the economy of Nigeria, saying, Buhari’s comments was in true to his personal attributes of honesty and sincerity of purpose.

According to the statement: “Our attention has been drawn to the latest statement by the PDP spokesman, Olisa Metuh alleging that President Muhammadu Buhari is “de-marketing Nigeria.  We restate for the umpteenth time to Mr. Metuh and his ilk that their attempts to distract President Buhari from the job he has been elected to do will fail.

“President Buhari will remain true to the virtues of honesty, integrity, sincerity, incorruptibility and plain-speaking which endeared him to Nigerians and made them prefer his leadership than of a lying and deceptive PDP administration.

“The President will not, in the guise of “marketing” the country, refrain from telling Nigerians and the world the emerging truths about the abject state in which years of plundering by a PDP leadership has left the Nigerian treasury and economy. 



  • biyi

    What I see is a man trying t generate alibi for anticipated failure afta 4yrs. We appreciate his truth but more importantly is diplomacy to revive d economy. There’s nothing d president he’s ‘revealing’ now that he never mentioned during his campaigns.

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