In Abuja APC faults viral ministerial list: 'It's not authentic'

The party urged the media to thoroughly double the kind of information they have before going to town with it.

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described the purported ministerial list circulating online as mere fiction.

As contained in a statement signed by the APC National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Muhammed in Abuja on Sunday, May 17, the party distanced itself from the list and urged Nigerians to be patient as the authentic list will be made available soon.

“Nigerians should disregard these lists and await the authentic list which will be communicated through the appropriate channels at the right time,” he said.

The party urged the media to thoroughly double the kind of information they have before going to town with it.

“The appeal becomes necessary following recent media reports on the actions which the President-elect will purportedly embark upon once he is sworn into office.

“Various people have been quoted in the media on what the President-elect will do or will not do once he assumes office.

“The truth is that these people do not speak for the President-elect, hence the need for the media to clarify such issues with the Chairman of the party, its National Publicity Secretary or the Spokesman of the Buhari Campaign Organization. These officials are always available to clarify issues,” Muhammed said.

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