The spokesman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Yekini Nabena, has said that President Buhari’s administration does not share money like the administration of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan did.
The APC spokesman said this while fielding questions in an interview with Punch.
According to him, “…the major problem is that people are expecting the flow of easy money like it used to happen during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan but now you must work for every kobo you get, no more free money anywhere.
“The way they used to share the money is no longer there. They are angry because Buhari is not sharing money. So, some of them are defecting because of that. When you work and get paid, you will spend such money wisely; nobody will go out and spend the money he genuinely earns carelessly.
“Those days when you went to the airport, you would see a lot of private jets, go to Maitama and Asokoro, you will see a lot of houses and people are not living in them.
As far as I am concerned, the president has done more and my belief is that we need to re-elect the president so that the policies put in place can be stabilised because if all our institutions begin to work, the presidency will have less to do but if our institutions fail to work, it will be a problem.
“These institutions must really work. Anybody that is complaining that the President is not doing anything must still be living in the past. I don’t blame them; it takes time for that PDP blood to leave the system; it takes time for them to see the reality of life.”