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Lamido says there’s massive corruption at Aso Rock, asks Nigerian to rise against injustice

A former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido has said there is massive corruption in Aso Rock.

He also called on Nigerians to rise, unite, and rescue the country from “injustice meted” on them by the APC administration.

Lamido, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant Wednesday said this in Lokoja, Kogi state capital, during a meeting with the state chapter of the Party.

Lamido, who was in Lokoja to seek the support of members of the party’s exco ahead of the PDP convention, said the ruling party has no agenda for the people it is governing.

He added that the party had succeeded in impoverishing many Nigerians within three years.

Lamido said, “I was ashamed when I entered Kogi state; when I look into the eyes of many Kogites and Nigerians, it was clearly written in their faces that all is not well.”

“They said they are fighting corruption in this government, which is not true. I can tell you that there is massive corruption at the presidential villa.

“What our party succeeded in building for our nation, Nigeria, in the last 16 years is currently under threat, all because of the APC-led government.

“PDP remains the party to contend with come 2019. The party respects the right of every Nigerian, unlike what we are having now,” he said.

He, however, promised to run an all-inclusive government if voted into power in 2019.

He also called on Nigerians to rise, unite, and rescue the country from “injustice meted” on them by the APC administration.

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