Former President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday said there is no evidence to prove that his government was, at any point, hijacked by a cabal.
He claimed that if truly there was a cabal, Nigerians should have pointed it out.
“Why didn’t they talk?” he queried in an interview aired on the Nigeria Television Authority late Monday.
The President said he never interfered with the jobs of his ministers.
“I don’t have any evidence of anybody doing anything wrong and being allowed to walk away. No.
“No, because I don’t deliberately allow anybody to use public resources for himself. I allowed people to do their job as I understood it,” he noted.
Buhari noted that if he were to be president again, he would not do anything differently.
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