Updated 2 August, 2016
The minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has urged the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led federal government to quit the blame game and focus on delivering on its mandate to Nigerians.
Amaechi speaking on Monday at a town hall meeting, said if the blame game is not stopped now, it would continue for the next four years.
According to Gisthall, the minister said Nigerians don’t care about the blame game anymore and that it was time to move forward.
He said: “The reason why you voted for us is the reason why you are blaming the other people. Having voted for us, it means you heard us when we were campaigning that these people have failed and failed us.
“In fact, I was very excited when your governor made his speech; I said this is a new convert. Now I can hear your governor say a similar thing. He’s using a different word. He is saying we want development.
“If we don’t give you development, next time, don’t vote for us". What development do we want to give you from my ministry? One of my offence in the south-south was that there we have no roads; this east west road was not constructed.
“When Orubebe attacked me, I replied by showing them the photograph of east west road and I showed them the flyovers I constructed across east west road anywhere the rivers flow I put a flyover across and I said facts speak for them and the President called me and said Amaechi stop stop stop.”
Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has let out a bombshell claiming the reason President Muhammadu Buhari has failed to give the names of those who returned loot were from the All Progressives Congress.
President Buhari had promised that he would disclose the names of those who returned loot during hid Democracy Day address to the country but this water later delegated to the Ministry of Information and Culture.
Alhaji Lai Mohammed revealed that the government recovered about three trillion from looters but the names of the persons were not revealed.
Leaders.ng reports that Alhaji Musa Iliyasu Kwankwaso who is a chieftain of the PDP in Kano accused President Buhari of lying that the names of the looters could not be disclosed for legal reasons. Kwankwaso insisted that most of those who returned loots were from the APC.