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You're Speaking Trash - Atiku Spokesman, Sowunmi & Amaechi Clash At Presidential Sebate

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While speaking at The Osasu Show which was held at NAF Conference Centre and Suites, in Abuja, spokesperson of the Atiku Campaign Organisation, Segun Sowunmi, had a clash of words with the minister of transport, Rotimi Amaechi, at the first 2019 presidential debate.
According to TheCable who monitored the event, Sowunmi is the representative Atiku Abubakar, while President Muhammadu Buhari sent no one at the event.
It was gathered that Amaechi, who was not on the debate panel, raised up his hands to ask questions from the Peoples Democratic Party representative, Sowunmi who was speaking on the plans of the Atiku campaign.
Amaechi said the Atiku-Obasanjo led a privatisation of Nigeria’s assets to their cronies.
He said: “The first question is that they privatised, to who? Who did they privatise to? To themselves, and they are coming back. Then I was a young man, I didn’t have money to buy.”
“Question number two, let me thank the woman who said power had improved. Under them, with $16 billion, we had 3,000 megawatts of power, now we have 7,000.
“Three, and finally, on railways, we all go to Kaduna. We are talking about railway, who has the railway? Our government right?”.
While responding to Amaechi, Sowunmi said Amaechi was speaking trash, rather than sticking to an issue-based campaign.
“An eight-year governor of a state in PDP comes to public space, riding on the alleged integrity of just President Muhammadu Buhari, and speaking trash to the people, what exactly is this,” Sowunmi said.
“Now, we had assumed, we had signed up to an issue-based campaign, and we just want to beg the operators of this present government to stick to the issues.
“We speak about opening up the economy to make sure that those who have the competencies to drive growth must be given the enabling environment to create value, and our people can plug in.”

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