Rumoured Relocation Of Federal Capital From Abuja To Lagos: Opposition Parties Should Stop Spreading Silly Rumour – APC PCC 

Posted on November 29, 2022
The All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council has carpeted the opposition parties for peddling rumours about purported relocation of the Federal Capital From Abuja to Lagos once Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu wins the 2023 presidential election. 
In a statement signed by Mr. Bayo Onanuga, Director, Media & Publicity, the APC PCC said, “The All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council hereby alerts Nigerians about the latest insidious campaign in some parts of the country against our candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu”.
“After exhausting their arsenal of calumnies and character assassination against Tinubu, the opposition PDP and their surrogate Labour Party have begun a multi-pronged  desperate campaign of falsehoods.”
“In one of the falsehoods being circulated, especially in the North West of the country, Tinubu is said to harbour plans to relocate the Federal Capital from Abuja to Lagos on succeeding President Muhammad Buhari from 29th May, 2023.”
“This misinformation campaign, according to field reports, is being given some traction by some elders on the payroll of the Peoples Democratic Party.”
“We are shocked that some people could contrive such egregious lie, all  in the name of politics, with the intention to confuse our burgeoning support base in that part of the country.”
“Let us say with emphasis, that Asiwaju does not contemplate any such plan and will not do anything that is so ultra-unconstitutional.”
“The same purveyors of falsehood have also been distorting the commercialization of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited by the APC government of President Muhammadu Buhari.”
“The truth is that President Buhari has not privatised NNPC as planned by the PDP Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar. Buhari has instead made it a commercial entity, owned by all the tiers of government, in line with the Petroleum Industry Act.”
“In due course, the company will be in a position to declare and share dividends to all its owners, the way Aramco of Saudi Arabia and Petrobas of Brazil do.”
“As the destined successor of President Buhari, Asiwaju Tinubu will continue the policy of the Buhari administration. Unlike Atiku, Tinubu has no plan to sell NNPC to his friends or cronies” the APC PCC concluded.

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