APC asks President Jonathan to apologize to Nigerians over phantom phone conversation with Moroccan King

 

Report revealed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has asked President Goodluck Jonathan to apologize to Nigerians for the embarrassment that he has caused them over his phantom phone conversation with the King of Morocco.

”In our earlier statement on the isue, we gave President Jonathan the benefit of the doubt by asking him to clarify what happened, just as the Moroccan King has done. Instead, a loquacious spokesman for the President decided to abuse us instead of addressing the issues. That tells us that, indeed, these people have something to hide over the phoney phone conversation,” the party said in a statement issued in Lagos on Friday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed.

It said based on the antecedents of the Jonathan Administration, which has little or no regard for the truth, it is safe to assume that the President did not hold any phone conversation with King Mohammed VI of Morocco, adding, however, that the party would be glad if President

Jonathan can prove, conclusively, that he spoke with the King.

”Whereas Morocco was unequivocal in denying that its King had any phone conversation with President Jonathan, saying ‘Morocco is surprised at the incredible twist given by Nigeria to an alleged phone conversation that never took place between HM King Mohammed VI and Nigerian President’, the Nigerian presidency has been less forthcoming, instead opting to engage in shadow-chasing,” APC said.

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