Nigerian Lawyer, Festus Keyamo who is the spokesperson of the Buhari Campaign Organization, has disclosed that he does not collect payment or gifts in exchange for the services he renders for the organization.

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According to Festus Keyamo, even if PDP fields all its 13 presidential aspirants, President Buhari would beat them merculessly in the 2019 election. He further added that the Nigerian President plays more grassroots politics that other candidates.  Here are clips of the interview below;

This is coming after the Lawyer accused the PDP Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar of making money illegally.  He said Atiku was running private businesses as a customs officer in contravention of public service rules.

The senior advocate said Atiku’s only successful business was Integrated Logistics Services Nigeria Limited, popularly known as INTEL.

Keyamo said:

“Firstly, the myth about Atiku’s business acumen is one of the biggest and fattest lies ever sold to Nigerians. He has never run a successful business. He only has one company, which is a cash cow through which he invests in other things and that company is known as INTELS.

“He acquired shares in INTELS in 1982 when he was still a customs officer which was in clear violation of the code of conduct for public officers where he acquired shares in a company that had something to do with the customs and government.

“The company is not run in a competitive manner but a monopolistic manner where all other persons are totally shut out. All governments in this country until now had been compromised by this company until now.”

According to him, Atiku’s university ran on public funds. He challenged Atiku to prove that the money used in running the institution was not government’s own.  Keyamo said the achievements recorded by the Obasanjo/Atiku administration were not extraordinary.

He said the boom in the telecommunications sector occasioned by the introduction of the GSM during the Obasanjo/Atiku era was not peculiar to Nigeria but happened simultaneously in many African countries.

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