The presidential applicant of the People groups Majority rule Gathering, Atiku Abubakar, has charged President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress of damaging the constitution and the Constituent Demonstration 2010, by their supposed organization of state assets and contraptions for the 2019 presidential crusade.
Atiku, in an announcement on Thursday by his media consultant, Paul Ibe, said the supposed activity was in opposition to the cases of Buhari and the APC of not manhandling state assets.
He said the National Administrator of the Free National Discretionary Commission, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, had in December 2018 cautioned officeholder office holders against utilizing state assets for battles, or sending same against rivals.
Atiku, in any case, noticed that the Buhari organization and the APC had purportedly been illicitly utilizing state assets to their points of interest for the race.
He stated, “We wish to remind President Buhari and the APC that the utilization of state recordings discharged by the Government Service of Data and Culture is illicit under the Constituent Demonstration 2010 as corrected.
“The media is flooded with ads with the hashtag #PMBDIDIT and marked by the Government Service of Data and Culture and referencing alleged accomplishments of the APC organization in the conditions of Abia, Kwara, Lagos, Ebonyi, Delta and Kano, among others. These are without uncertainty 2019 presidential crusade materials delivered by the Service of Data and Culture utilizing state assets and mechanical assemblies to profit President Buhari.”
The PDP hopeful requested that INEC should issue a ‘restraining request’ to the Service of Data and Culture and the communicate channels running the materials.
Atiku stated, “We likewise demand that INEC enroll the assets spent on the materials as a major aspect of the APC’s absolute N1bn battle spend limit.
“INEC is aware of this threat and hosted cautioned the decision get-together to abstain from such lead. Presently that Buhari and the gathering have plainly spurned the law, we encourage that INEC sanctions them as needs be.”