As the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the main opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) continued to trade accusations over the looter’s list recently released by the President Mohammadu Buhari’s led Federal Government, a group under the aegis of Nigeria Intervention Movement (NIM), has described the list as laughable and disappointing.
In a statement made available to newsmen on Saturday, NIM expressed sadness over what it called the “tragicomedy of accusations and counter accusations of looting the country’s treasury between the APC and PDP”, adding that the episode was tragic for “our common existence as a country”.
NIM posited that the long-awaited list itself, like the then list of nominated ministers, had turned out to be predictably disappointing and comical as it contained only names of opposition politicians, who are currently facing trial in law court.
“It is surprising that no single name of key players from the PDP but managed to defect to the ruling APC, including those who have been indicted by judicial commissions in their various states, was included. This has given the PDP the moral high ground to justify their alleged looting of our common patrimony,” the NIM noted.
It added that the list posted a sad commentary on the country’s avowed war against corruption, thereby exposing the nation to ridicule in the comity of nations.
“NIM believes that neither APC nor PDP can take Nigeria to the Promised Land as their current subterfuges validate the necessity for the intervention of their force movement whose political grand coalition would provide revolutionary platform and leadership.”
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