A former Deputy Director of the Buhari Presidential Campaign Council, Engr. Mohammed Lawal, has accused President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, and other members of the New Peoples Democratic Party, nPDP, of sabotage and treason.
Lawal who is deeply involved in the re-election project of the President, accused the National Assembly leaders of trying to disrupt Buhari’s government.
Speaking with the Sun, Lawal maintained that members of the New PDP are not in any way marginalized in the All Progressives Congress, APC, but are occupying top positions in the Buhari administration.
He said, “Saraki was from PDP, and is the Senate President; Dogara, also PDP, is the Speaker of the House of Representatives. During the PDP era, the opposition never even got a cleaner in the National Assembly.
“Abdullahi Adamu is the chairman of the most powerful Senate Committee on Agriculture, and he is from PDP.
“Ekweremadu is PDP, and he is the deputy senate president, and we tolerate him. What of Danjuma Goje, he is the chairman of Appropriation Committee.
“Buhari is not an angel, but he is the most tolerant president ever in this country. Look at what they have and they are still wailing, what else could be done to them?
“Nigerians are wise, our eyes are wide open. Saraki is the number three in this country.
“CPC has the presidency, the ACN, the deputy, and nPDP the senate president, as well as the speaker of the House of Representatives. The nPDP members occupy chairmen of most of the powerful
and juicy appointments in the NASS, and they are complaining.