PDP, Omokri React To Inferno At Accountant-General’s office


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reacted to the fire outbreak at the office of the Accountant-General of the Federation in Abuja on Wednesday.

POLITICS NIGERIA earlier reported that the building, also called “Treasury House” was engulfed in flame on Wednesday and has been put out by men of the Federal Fire Service.

In a tweet on Wednesday, the PDP National Publicity, Kola Ologbondiya, alleged foul play by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari regarding the fire outbreak.

He claimed the fire is not unconnected with the call for a probe into subsidy payments made by the government since Buhari became president in 2015.

He wrote:  said: “We demanded a probe of the subsidy payments since 2015 that @MBuhari came into office and the next thing is fire guts Treasury House… Fraud!”

Also reacting to the fire incident on his Twitter page, former presidential aide Reno Omokri alleged foul play, describing it as ‘fishy’.

He wrote: “There is a CoronaVirus lockdown in Abuja and the Accountant General’s office burnt down? This is an office that didn’t burn when it was a beehive of activities, only to burn when it became a ghost town? What are the odds? An accident? Very fishy!

“The fire in the Accountant General’s office started a day after  @OfficialPDPNig called for an audit into the so called subsidy regime that General  @MBuhari’s government claims to have spent over ₦2 trillion on? How convenient! Who is fooling who?

“But should we be surprised that the accountant general’s office got burnt while there was a #CoronaVirus lockdown in Abuja and his staff are meant to be at home? Didn’t a snake swallow $100,000, while a monkey carted ₦70 million under General @MBuhari?”

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  1. Let’s save Nigerian 2023, a lot of cabals are running the affairs of this country at the forth eyes of people entrusted by the masses. @MBuhari should set a committee to investigate the culprits and punish them severely

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