The All Progressives Congress and the Presidency don tell former Presido, Goodluck Jonathan sey mek im no put mouth for the mata wey concern im former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd).
Jonathan been tok sey e no possible mek only Dasuki thief $2.2bn.
“They said the National Security Adviser (Sambo Dasuki) stole $2.2bn. I don’t believe somebody can just steal $2.2bn,” the former President said.
‘‘We bought warships, we bought aircraft, we bought lots of weapons for the Army and so on and so forth and you are still saying $2.2bn (was stolen). So, where did we get the money to buy all those things?”
But the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the APC, Mr. Timi Frank, tell bros Jonathan, sey mek him help Dasuki arrange im court mata., if im sabi wetin hapun.
He said, “First, I wonder why it took former President Jonathan such a long time to speak out. Why now? If Colonel Dasuki (retd) is as clean as he wants us to believe, it would be nice if he can assist his former NSA to prove his case in court.
“The courts deal with evidence; let them prove their case.”
“The matter is subjudice. Let the courts decide,” the presidential spokesman tok.
As the mata dey hapun, the Senator Ali Modu Sheriff-led faction of the PDP, the party wey former Presido dey, tell the former Presido mek im commot im mouth for the mata, mek court do their job well well on top the mata wey dey ground.
The faction tok sey dem dey happy sey Dasuki and odas wey follow chop the yam money, no call their name put for the mata wey dey ground.
Mouth wey dey tok for the Sheriff-led faction of the party, Mr. Bernard Mikko, follow Punch news yan on top the mata for Tuesday.
Mikko yan sey “We don’t want to take issue with the former President on this matter, but we will want to say that the suspect and others like him, should be allowed to face their trial.
“Let the court determine if they are culpable or not. It is not our duty to defend or castigate anyone.
“It is also gratifying to know that none of these suspects has said he or she paid money to the PDP. So, we don’t have issues with that.”