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Stop Baseless Attacks on Abba Kyari, Funtua, Others – Group Tells Party Saboteurs

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The campaign to sway public opinion and President Muhammadu Buhari’s choice to retain trusted allies is in its final hours.

A Pro-democracy and Economic Watch Group, Guardians of Democracy and Development has warned of saboteurs within the APC party conspiring to derail the Buhari administration.

“It is therefore evident that the protest was not only targeted at the trio of Abba Kyari, Mamman Daura and Ismaila Isa Funtua but a grand attempt to rubbish the arduous and sincere efforts of the President at moving Nigeria to the Next Level, said Comrade Solomon Adodo, the group’s convener during a press conference.

The group alleged that the attackers who come under the umbrella of APC Stakeholders are of no good intentions and as such the attack on Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari was a sponsored attempt at casting aspersions on the president.

He said the APC stakeholders were hiding behind a finger and claiming to be working at sanitizing the system through unbridled protests against Mr. Kyari, Mamman Daura and Ismaila Funtua.

Comrade Adodo emphasized that the trio of Kyari, Daura and Funtua have been long standing associates of Buhari who have proved their mettle of trustworthiness even through the most adverse of challenges the president has gone through in the past.

 

 

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