The Acting National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, Timi Frank, has described the protest made by some groups of in the Niger Delta in support of the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience as a show of shame.

The Acting National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, Timi Frank, has described the protest made by some groups of in the Niger Delta in support of the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience as a show of shame.

The Acting National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, Timi Frank, has described the protest made by some groups of in the Niger Delta in support of the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience as a show of shame.

It would be recalled that the EFCC froze the account of ex-first lady Patience Jonathan containing about $31.4m.

He said that Mrs. Jonathan should tender an apology to Nigerians for the present state of the economic which got worse during the leadership of her husband.

He said, “My candid advice to Mrs. Patience Jonathan is to apologise to Nigerians for the current economic hardship which Mr. Jonathan’s regime could have easily averted instead of sponsoring shameless protests against the government. Anyway, Nigerians are still waiting for the apology.”

He advised the youths to refrain from being used for such shameful act all in the name of protest.

 “The show of shame called protest at the Port Harcourt office of the EFCC to demand the unfreezing of Mrs. Jonathan’s dollar accounts was uncalled for. And there is nothing wrong if the former first lady explains the source of the $31.4m to anti-corruption agencies.

 “The country is presently going through recession as a result of mismanagement of the economy left behind by Patience Jonathan’s husband led administration which the APC is working hard to correct as soon as possible.

“It should be made clear that there is nothing wrong for the EFCC to invite Mrs. Patience Jonathan for questioning if the organisation suspects a foul play in the accumulation of such big amount of money.

 “Again, the era of  ‘I’m above the law’ is over. This is a change government of accountability where the rule of law is paramount.

“The number four citizen of this country today, Senate President Bukola Saraki, whose office is prominently recognised by the constitution is facing trial and why not one former first lady that is not recognised by the  Nigerian constitution?”

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