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Exposed: The Moles In Buhari’s Government

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Nigeria News expose the traitors, betrayers in the present APC government


One thing about the present ruling party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, like all other political parties is its flocks of spies and traitors.


A party of gangs that is not based on ideology will in no time crumble. The forces within are strong enough to fall the party whose formation was weak from the onset.


The marriage of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN and the All Progressives Party, APP could be described as the welding of two dissimilar metals of different chemical and physical properties.


The aggregation of the angry, the alienated and the power seekers gave birth to APC. However, there are men and women of good intention, potential nation builders in these flocks of politicians whose idea have been subdued by the moles in the party.


Every political party world over has grown out of crisis and internal rancour to become a formidable force. Studies have shown that litigations, accusations and counter accusations strengthened the structure and ideology of strong political parties.


Those whose ideas are different find realignments to sell their concepts or quit politics. Before now, both ACN and PDP had had fair share of internal crisis, which they were able to resolve.


ACN had passed through series of metamorphoses to become what it was, likewise APP. They have used different methods to get the same results of winning some and losing some in the process of election.


For PDP, it had enjoyed winning for 16 years, dominating the political landscape of Nigeria until 2015 when the angry and the alienated members pitched their tents with the APC.


PDP had no stamina to withstand defeat as it fell into a crisis that would later take it 19 months to resolve, through litigation of course.


The former prominent members of the PDP are the core members of the APC at present. Except for the name of the political party, Nigeria is being ruled by those that had ruled it between 1999 and 2015.


A critical look at the present leaders reveal that aside the president Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who had emanated from APC, the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, Speaker House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, many of the state governors and members state houses of assemblies have the blood of PDP flowing in them.


Some of the Buhari’s ministers were PDP and still relate well with their former colleagues who have refused to quit PDP. It will be recalled that the former vice president Atiku Abubakar got to power on PDP platform.


It will also be recalled that the Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai was a PDP former Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. They were friends under Obasanjo regime but later fell apart due to clash of interests.


Today, both have found themselves in APC under Buhari’s regime even when they are unfaithful to each other. Their current steps and utterances have shown that they are traitors in Buhari’s government with egos and ambitions.


They have also planted moles to frustrate the effort of the administration. A very good example is the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Alhassan. She is a mole planted by Abubakar and until last week, she had pretended to be loyal to Buhari who appointed her.


Following Abubakar’s declaration of his presidential ambition, Alhassan came out boldly to declare her support for her godfather.


Alhassan even threatened to resign her appointment if Buhari will contest in 2019 presidential election. Since she made the statement, APC had been in disarray.


El-Rufai has been running from Kaduna to Abuja to feel the pulse of president Buhari over Alhassan’s utterances. But those who have known the Kaduna governor right from his days in PDP alleged he is playing pranks to realize his presidential ambition.


Another mole is Saraki, according to investigation who has planted many other moles both in presidency and the National Assembly to derail the train of the All Progressives Congress.

Continue next week,,,,,

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