The All Progressives Congress (APC) advised former President Goodluck Jonathan, to save his energy and not bother to deny allegations of negligence against him by former British Prime Minister, Mr David Cameron.
Cameron, in his new book, ‘For the Records’, had alleged that Dr Jonathan’s administration neglected efforts and offers by the British government to help Nigeria in rescuing the abducted 276 Chibok school girls in April 2014.
The former Prime Minister also accused the administration of high corruption.
However, in a statement by the party by its National Publicity Secretary, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu, on Saturday night, APC said it was needless for the former President to engage Cameron in any argument or defend himself.
The APC said it was a well known fact that the administration was mostly negligent of serious national issues, even as it was also known for unusual corruption.
APC also noted that the issue of corruption in government was not only about the Jonathan administration but a phenomenon known with all the administrations that ran through the 16 years of the People’s Democratic Party’s (PDP) rule of the nation. in the history of Nigeria, saying “corruption is PDP’s political ideology”.
PDP elevate corruption to a national culture.