EL-RUFAI’S ALLEGATION OF PERSECUTION UNFOUNDED, SAYS JONATHAN

Written by on May 10, 2021

FORMER PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN HAS DESCRIBED THE ALLEGATION OF PERSECUTION MADE AGAINST HIS ADMINISTRATION BY KADUNA STATE GOVERNOR, NASIR EL-RUFAI, AS A MERE FIGMENT OF HIS IMAGINATION AND CONCOCTED TO ATTRACT CHEAP ATTENTION AND UNDESERVING POPULARITY.

JONATHAN, IN A STATEMENT BY HIS SPOKESMAN, RENO OMOKRI, SAID THE ALLEGATION BY EL-RUFAI THAT HE WAS TO BE ARRESTED IN FURTHERANCE OF THE SECOND TERM BID OF THE FORMER PRESIDENT WAS UNTRUE.

HE SAID NIGERIANS MAY RECALL THAT EL-RUFAI WAS ON A SELF-IMPOSED EXILE DURING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE LATE GREAT PRESIDENT UMAR MUSA YAR’ADUA.

THE STATEMENT SAID IN KEEPING WITH THE JONATHAN DOCTRINE OF HAVING NO ENEMY TO FIGHT, DESPITE THE GOVERNOR’S ANTI-GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES, THE FORMER PRESIDENT REFUSED TO MOVE AGAINST EL-RUFAI.


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