Respect your old age and stop lying!!! Jonathan’s aide comes after Buhari’s aides

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The presidency on Thursday dismissed so many of the claims in the newly launched book, written by former president Goodluck Jonathan. Spokesman to the president, Mr Garba Shehu, in a very lengthy statement yesterday revealed among many things, that corruption has been well tackled by the present administration, contrary to Jonathan’s claim that corruption is worse now, than it was, when he left office.
Reacting, Jonathan’s former aide, and strong opposition voice to the current administration, Reno Omokri knocked the president Muhammadu Buhari’s aide, for saying Jonathan and the PDP has no achievement to boast of, even though they ruled the country for 16 years – As he highlighted the many achievements under Jonathan’s belt.

The former President and his party have nothing to say about achievements. They ruled the country for 16 years and what is their record on jobs, power, rail, seaports, airports and internal security, including the crippling disaster of terrorism?
— Garba Shehu (@GarShehu) November 22, 2018

Omokri in a counter attack said the former president built 165 almajiri schools, Abuja-Kad railway, 4 power stations, 4 hospitals – And that Buhari has built nothing since being in power for four years.

.@Garshehu respect your old age. Stop LYING. The only federal university in @MBuhari’s state was built by @GEJonathan. He built 165 almajiri schools, Abuja-Kad railway, 4 power stations, 4 hospitals. What has your boss built? No project finished in 4 years https://t.co/CxjfQD7naZ
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) November 22, 2018

Mr Garba Shehu also noted in his Thursday statement that “when President Buhari came into power in 2015, the country had accumulated debt, which took it back to the level it was before the Paris Club Debt forgiveness,” – In his response, Omokri said PDP only borrowed ₦7 trillion for 16years but Buhari has borrowed ₦13 trillion in only 3 years..

When President Buhari came into power in 2015, the country had accumulated debt, which took it back to the level it was before the Paris Club Debt forgiveness. Nigeria did not have fiscal buffers to withstand an oil shock when oil prices fell to as low as 28 USD.
— Garba Shehu (@GarShehu) November 22, 2018