If you have no skeleton in your Cupboard, Buhari will not disturb you – Presidency to Goodluck Jonathan
The Presidency in a statement has debunked allegations by former President Goodluck Jonathan that President Muhammadu Buhari was harassing his family.
Goodluck Jonathan, in a book authored by the Chairman of ThisDay Editorial Board, Olusegun Adeniyi entitled “Against The Run of Play” claimed that Buhari was using the instrumentality of security agencies to harass his family.
In a statement on Wednesday, Presidential Spokesperson, Femi Adesina said, “The Presidency is constrained to respond to the banner headline story in a national newspaper of Wednesday, April 26, entitled: BUHARI’S GOVT HARASSING MY FAMILY, SAYS JONATHAN.
“The paper said former President Goodluck Jonathan made the allegation in a new book, “Against The Run of Play”, written by the Chairman of ThisDay Editorial Board, Mr. Olusegun Adeniyi.
“We make bold to state unequivocally that President Buhari harasses nobody; he merely allows the law to take its course.
“For the umpteenth time, we say that anybody without skeleton in his or her cupboard, has nothing to fear about the bared fangs of the anti-corruption initiative. Fear belongs only to those who have abused trust while in office.
“Anybody who feels aggrieved is free to approach the courts to seek redress or justice. President Buhari believes in the rule of law and that is why his campaign against corruption is anchored on that plank.”
Adesina added, “With regard to President Buhari’s anti-graft style, which the former president deprecates, given the scale of revelations and recoveries so far by the anti-corruption agencies, it is obvious that corruption had an uninhibited course during our recent past.
“In any case, time will give the verdict on whose style of fighting corruption ultimately yielded the most dividends. For now, President Buhari is resolute and single-minded in the fact that his crusade against graft is not targeted at any individual or group. He firmly believes that national interest must always be placed above personal interest, no matter who is involved.”