The All Progress Congress (APC) has supported the former British prime minister who said the former Nigeria president, Goodluck Jonathan, of rejecting their help, after the 274 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram terrorists in Chibok, Borno state back in 2014.
The ruling party said Jonathan should not have denied the allegations raised by the former British prime minister because many Nigerians are aware of the story of the negligence of Jonathan to issues of state when he was in power.
In a statement released by APC and signed by Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu, national publicity secretary of the party.
“The action of Jonathan and his inactiveness are a bygone in part of Nigeria’s history.”
The APC also accused the PDP of consensus promoted corruption in the nation to national norms.
The APC also added, “Jonathan should explain to the families of those whose children were kidnapped, telling them why he did not do anything for more than two weeks after the kidnapping incident occurred.”