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Arewa Youths Defend PMB’s Men, Say APC Leaders Behind Attacks

The Arewa Youth Leaders for Development and Change has said that allegations of corruption against President Muhammadu Buhari’s Chief of Staff Abba Kyari and his nephew, Mamman daura could not be substantiated. National President of the group, Abubakar Karga in a statement issued during the weekend noted that the allegations were peddled by a leader within the All Progressive Congress (APC) to discredit the anti-corruption drive of the current administration.

“It was an attempt to rubbish Mr. President’s anti-corruption efforts by making it appear as if he condones wrongdoing from his trusted aides and family members, blackmail him to firing those that genuinely have his interest at heart while clearing the way for those sponsoring these attacks,” he said.

The statement also suggested that chairman of an anti-graft agency and some top government functionaries are involved in the conspiracy.

“We found out that a national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), from the South West is at the centre of the nefarious activities to bring down both men and all those close to President Buhari. His grouse is that he is still smarting from not being the one to make every single appointment made by Mr. President.

“We have reasons to believe the Chairman of the anti-graft agency and a top government official are complicit in this show of shame. They are the ones who use their offices to lend legitimacy to questionable information to make it appear as if the lies being reported are true. These collections of saboteurs are the ones raising money to finance the publication of lies,”  A
bubakar added.

The statements reads further that ; “Anyone that has issues with President Muhammadu Buhari is advised to be bold enough and approach him to table such demands instead of using fronts. We use this opportunity to warn these men to desist from these attacks or accept any legitimate actions we decide to take as a consequence of their lies.”

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