PDP accuse Osinbajo of benefitting from corruption

The major opposition party of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has raise accusation against the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, for being a beneficiary of corruption .

The part further said that Osinbajo has disappointed the younger generation as descending so low as instrument to divert public attention from what it called the impunity and corruption that it alleged had saturated the All Progressives Congress-led Federal Government.

In a statement by PDP National Publicity Secretary in Abuja, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, the party said Osinbajo has failed to measure up to the exalted position as a professor of law and Vice President of Nigeria, rather than allowing himself to be used to bandy figures and make unguarded statements at public events.

He cited the comment made by Osinbajo at the APC ward congress in Lagos on Saturday, where he allegedly described everyone else as “thieves.”

Osinbajo had claimed at the congress that unlike its predecessors, the present government would not steal government money.

Ologbondiyan alleged that the Vice-President had refused to bring honour to his office with his utterances.

He said, “We note that Vice-President Osinbajo has refused to heed wise counsel and accord respect to his office by desisting from such unguarded comments only because he has been sucked in and entangled in the propaganda, deception, impunity and sleaze that not only brought the administration to power, but have become its trademark in the last three years.

“We specifically invite Nigerians to note that all the assertions by the Vice-President, especially on the performance of the Buhari administration as well as his allegations and bandying of figures against the opposition, have remained unsubstantiated.

“Moreover, Nigerians have noted that Prof. Osinbajo, in his ‘sanctimony,’ has been silent on the exposed corruption under the Buhari administration, including the leaked memo detailing N9tn corrupt oil contracts at the NNPC, exposed sleaze in oil subsidy deals, diversion of Internally Displaced Persons’ intervention funds.

“These include the probe of a misappropriated N18bn in the National Emergency Management Agency under his direct supervision as well as other looting in government agencies such as the National Health Insurance Scheme.

“The Vice-President is also ominously silent about the prevailing high-handedness and human rights violations and the aloofness of government resulting in daily bloodletting in various parts of our country.”

Ologbondiyan urged Osinbajo to take heed, retreat to the inner room, and conduct a soul searching.

He said the Vice-President should also note that propaganda and false accusations were not only abhorred by the Holy Books, but would also not deliver the APC and “its incompetent administration from the resolve of Nigerians to kick them out, come 2019.”





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