A national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu has said Senate president Bukola Saraki, sold the party’s mandate for a pot of porridge.
Asiwaju said this, while speaking during the National Consultative Forum themed: “Nigeria on the right track”, a programme that was put together by the National Committee of Buhari Support Groups.
According to the former Lagos state governor, the present administration can not do without talking about the past, because the past has done a lot of damage to the country’s present.
In his words;
“Saraki used our mandate to give lifeline to the opposition. Leadership is about character. He left PDP, joined us, got elected and sold our mandate for a pot of porridge. God is honest, Saraki is not.
“They said we should not talk about the past. We must look at what you have done before. We have to look at the Halliburton issue. Why do they leave Nigeria? $16billion on NEPA for darkness…When they see that we are kicking them out, they rush to privatise the company, what I call personalisation of the wealth of Nigerians.”
via: INFORMATION NIGERIA