The Presidency has advised the All Progressives Congress (APC) to talk less and plan more as the nation moves towards the inauguration date.
It frowned at the APC for alleging that President Goodluck Jonathan was running the economy aground before the May 29 handing over date.
Special Adviser to the President on Political Affairs, Prof. Rufai Ahmed Alkali, who stated said the allegation was immature, reckless and out of tune with the President’s desire and patriotic commitment to a peaceful transfer of power, urged the party to refrain feeding the public with falsehood.
Akali reminded the APC that by the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Jonathan remains in office up to May 29, 2015 when he formally hands over to the incoming President.
” The machinery of government cannot be put on hold or frozen because the country is in transition,” he stated.
Akali recalled that shortly after the results of the Presidential elections were announced, President Jonathan inaugurated a high powered transition committee to plan and organise a hitch-free transition programme for the inauguration of the incoming administration.
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