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The Smaller Thieves Remain In PDP; The Bigger Thieves Are In APC – Ex-Governor Sule Lamido

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Former Governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido has described the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as a rented house filled with big thieves, whose roof is about to collapse.

“When they say we’re thieves, it is the smaller thieves that remained in the PDP; the bigger thieves are in the APC,” the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant told Daily Trust in an interview.

He advised all APC members to go back to their former parties ‘because no sane person would stay in a house about to collapse’.

“Anybody who is sane should leave the APC because it is a contraption. They are all coming from their own homes into a rented house and it is collapsing. So, run away before the house falls on your heads. Those who came from the AC, PDP and even Buhari who came from the CPC should move out and go back to their homes, because this house is caving in. Nobody is safe in that house.”

Lamido said the ruling party has failed to deliver good governance two years after it used propaganda to win an election.

“Two years after we were blackmailed, terrorized, harassed, demonized out of power with these lies upon lies upon lies by people who are least qualified to be in government, I said, ‘look, what’s Nigeria today?” he said.

“I mean a party of propagandists has taken over and today in Nigeria, the way we’re being fought, the way we’re being demonized, the way we’re being harassed and maligned is simply beyond what you imagine because this is a party

“Here’s a government in Nigeria which is fond of mocking its own citizens. Anything you say, they mock you. They call you wailing-wailer. But government should give me comfort; government should inspire me; it should motivate me so that if I’m wailing, it should say, ‘look, what’s your problem?’ And then cure my problems; you don’t mock me.”

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