Previous Vice President Atiku Abubakar has told the Information serve, Lai Mohammed to think of proof if has any, to back his case that he (Atiku) and the PDP were wanting to topple President Muhammadu Buhari.
This is even as the PDP asked the Minister to quit playing to the exhibition and rather, face the test of representing a legislature that has "neglected to convey on the guarantees it made to the general population four years back."
Addressing newsmen on Friday, Lai Mohammed had rehashed the charge he initially made against Atiku and the PDP as of late that the central government has solid proof connecting the ex-VP and his gathering, with plots to destabilize the activities of government.
Responding, the National Publicity Secretary of the gathering, Kola Ologbondiyan censured Mohammed for what he called an endeavor to play to the exhibition while avoiding "issues relating to poor administration and maladministration, his gathering is celebrated for."
He stated, "Nigerians are worn out on a man who fends off running from the main problems close by. In the event that Lai has proof to substantiate what he has been stating, he realizes what to do."
"The government has no responses to the various difficulties confronting the country. Nigerians are every day biting the dust of hardship and all their representative can say today is to search for individuals and gathering to substitute for their disappointment.
"The PDP is resolved to recover its stolen order at the council and no measure of untruths can divert us from understanding this goal," he included.
Additionally, media guide to the previous Vice President, Mr Paul Ibe said Nigerians must learn not to take the Information Minister genuine any longer.
"The man has come up short on brilliant contentions and what he does nowadays is to make charges he can't substantiate," he said.
Atiku representative approached Lai Mohammed to don't hesitate to introduce his proof before the applicable security organizations or keep his tranquility and permit Atiku to seek after his case at the race appeal court to an obvious end result.