- Former president Jonathan has been told to apologise to Nigerians for overseeing the plundering of Nigeria
- Personal assistant to President Buhari on social media, Lauretta Onochie said the former president should be ashamed of himself
- She said President Jonathan should crawl on his knees and apologise to Nigerians
Lauretta Onochie, personal assistant to President Buhari on social media has lambasted former President Jonathan for overseeing the plundering of Nigeria when he was the president.
Onochie made this known in series of tweets on Monday August 14.
According to her, President Jonathan should crawl on his knees and apologise to Nigerians.
She tweeted: “For once in our recent history, children are included in d “gulping” of our national cake. This goes to them directly. Gulp it children!
“King Ahab was not a Nigerian. He had no idea what obtained in Nigeria under Jonathan. Fr. Mbaka was born/bred in Nigeria. He knows Jonathan.
“Ex Pres Jonathan should be crawling on his knees from Otueke to Kaura Namoda, apologising for how he presided over the plundering of Nigeria.
“Jonathan relied on Voodoo economic records which rated the Nigerian economy higher than that of industrialised South African economy……
“The Govt. of Ex Pres. Jonathan was fraught with broken promises, massive corruption and shattered dreams. It was a Govt for a few Nigerians.
“We have not recovered from the news of the amount of cash and properties, recovered from Mrs Diezani Madueke, Jonathan’s Petroleum Minister.
“May we never see PDP again. Never Again! “Massive oil earnings under Ex- President Jonathan did not benefit Nigerians as he bequeathed a dearth of infrastructures to Pres. Buhari.
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NAIJ.com had reported that former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan replied a statement by presidency accusing his administration of corruption and leaving Nigeria in 'tatters'.
Jonathan in a statement on his official Facebook page signed by his aide, Reno Omokri, faulted the statement by the presidency signed by President Muhammadu Buhari's senior special assistant on media, Garba Shehu.
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