The presidency has warned the public of dishonest political actions in the country against Mr. President and his office.
Mr Femi Adesina, the president’s special adviser to the media and publicity, said this in a statement Wednesday in Abuja.
He said dissatisfied elements were buying flexible online media that would serve as accomplices in their vile act.
According to him, the game plan is to launch an orchestrated campaign for slanderers in the coming days, in which the president will be portrayed as not in charge of the country.
He said the incentives had already started this narrative from the procured offshore media.
He said: “Money and other attractive incentives intertwine in front of the online media, and some of them are already accomplices, cooking stories with jejuns (simplified) and unfounded allegations, all in order to sow the seeds of discord and discontent in the country.”
“Nigerians are urged to be careful and prudent in what they consume as news and special reports of such online media, as they are in agreement with destabilizing agents, seeking final political gains.”
Adesina, however, assured Nigerians that the president would continue to be focused and unanimous in his determination to serve the country the best he could, bringing about changes in various aspects of our national life.
“It is already visible in the infrastructure that can be seen on the roads, railways, bridges, airports and many other steps around the country. Agriculture is another valuable testimony.
“The fight against corruption, insecurity and the reintroduction of the economy is also accelerating, and the Bukhara administration will not be hampered and will continue to serve with heart and strength, despite all the tricks,” he added.
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