‘My hands are clean on documentary of ‘dirty love triangle between Pres. Jonathan, Patience & Deiziani’ – Saraki

 

Report revealed that the attention of the media office of Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki has been drawn to a purported allegation by Peoples Democratic Party that Senator Bukola Saraki who is one of the leaders of All Progressives Congress and a crusader of change in Nigeria is sponsoring a “Dirty Love Triangle between President Jonathan, Patience and Deiziani.Senator Saraki will like to state categorically without any iota of doubt that he is not aware of any love triangle between the President and the two women in question and therefore has not been, and he is not going to be involved in anyway, manner or process of commissioning of such documentary.

Senator Saraki has always centered all his argument on issues that affect the lives of Nigerians. Such issues include but not limited to unemployment, mismanagement of public funds, and non-implementation of the budgetary provisions just to name a few. These are the things that affect Nigerians and as a Senator of the Federal Republic these are the issues Nigerians want the Senators to debate and not the private affairs of Mr. President.

On the contrary it has been PDP that has been attacking the private lives of our presidential candidate and personal affairs of our leaders in the APC . We have maintained a certain respectable decorum in both the use of language and material in every campaign.

Senator Saraki is aware that the reason why the PDP is pushing such a ridiculous story is because it has been the trademark of the PDP of recent to blackmail members of the opposition with spurious and cooked-up allegations. For the avoidance of doubt we have concrete evidence at our disposal to the effect that the recent bad press Senator Saraki has been receiving lately surrounding an old issue of over a number of years involving a bank loan and company called Joy Petroleum, are directly orchestrated by the presidency particularly documents sent by email to the judiciary correspondents for their use.

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