Islamic group tells Buhari to ignore APC defectors

An Islamic group, MURIC, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to ignore those who recently defected APC to other parties stressing that they are only clever by half.

An Islamic group, MURIC, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to ignore those who recently defected APC to other parties stressing that they are only clever by half.
The group stated this on Monday in a statement issued to the press and signed by its director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola.
It urged the Federal Government to direct its energy on developing the country by embarking on “infrastructural projects” noting that the defectors were never members of the APC previously and they constitute a clog in the wheel of progress of the ruling party since the party they defected to “prioritized corruption”.

It said: “It described them as distractors who only possess nuisance value and politicians who find it difficult to operate in a transparent political environment because the corruption virus is not only in their blood, it is domiciled in their DNA.
“They have found an easy solution by defecting to the same party which prioritized corruption, idolized kleptomaniacs and rewarded criminality and impunity. These are the true enemies of the Nigerian people. Thieves are regrouping to loot again.

“We must congratulate Buhari for ridding his team of molls, pests, hypocrites and parasites. Majority of political liabilities and cogs in the wheel of progress are out of the way. But it is not over until the two big masquerades unmask and jump the fence into the traitors’ mafia camp.”
The statement noted that Nigerians voted for these defectors because of Buhari stressing that they have no “personal merit” of their own and it is apity how they have forgotten too soon on how they got into their positions.
It said: “Have they forgotten that they rode on the back of Buhari in 2015 to get into what later turned out to be a den of thieves? Buhari was the magic name in 2015. He has not lost that magnetic aura. The records show that he has performed creditably well in spite of the deadly mines laid by traitors in that notorious den. Buhari is still the dot in the com.”
The statement questioned the quality of the defectors, the moral fiber they possess, their contribution to party followership, how supportive have they been to the president’s initiatives and if they can pass the integrity test.
The statement also acknowledged that politicians generally have not lived up to expectations of Nigerians and every political party is guilty of this.
It added: “While there is little choice in rotten apples, we must note that if Buhari’s party is not the answer, it cannot be those who pauperized the citizenry and brought the country to its knees. We are not thinking of any party, our focus is on President Muhammadu Buhari. Our interest is integrity, transparency, probity and accountability.

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