By Festus Fifen
The FCT Minister Bala Mohammed has said that Governor Isa Yuguda of Bauchi State has proven beyond reasonable doubt that he the Governor is an APC Mole inside the PDP to destabilise the Party.
Bala Mohammed who spoke through his Special Assistant Media Nosike Ogbuenyi in a statement while reacting to the Recent interview granted by the Bauchi State Governor accusing the FCT minister of sponsoring thugs to stone him Bala and Mr. President during the PDP presidential campaign Rally in Bauchi State.
The statement read ,it is no longer news that the governor is the real godfather and sponsor of the APC gubernatorial candidate in Bauchi state which has made it impossible for the governor to campaign for President Goodluck Jonathan’s re -election in the State.
“Bala’s only sin was that he mobilised fellow lawmakers to invoke the “doctrine of Necessity”in 2010 to confer powers on the then Vice President Jonathan to act as the President while Former president Umaru Musa Yaradua was away in Saudi Arabia receiving medical attention” this he noted did not go well with the governor who has used every opportunity at his disposal to sabotage the efforts of the minister especially as it pertains to the party and president Goodluck Jonathan.
” it is simply irrational for governor Yuguda to allege that the FCT Minister hired thugs To stone and embarrass himself (Bala Mohammed) while addressing the Presidential rally in his home state. By this claim, Yuguda has proven correct the allegation the he the governor has been hobnobbing with the APC as night and running with the PDP in Daytime.”
” the question that the Governor must answer quickly without equivocation is; why did the thugs not stone him (Yuguda) while he was addressing the same rally? How come he the governor has now become the spokesperson of the APC who exonerated the opposition party of culpability on the attack of the PDP presidential campaign team in Bauchi?
He therefore used the medium to call on the public to disregard Yuguda’s outrageous allegations.