The spokesman for All Progressives Congress Campaign Council, Festus Keyamo, said the administration of former president Olusegun Obasanjo and his vice president Atiku Abubakar had the chance to implement restructuring in the country.
This was after Atiku who is contesting for president on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party slammed the APC for failing to implement restructuring and state police.
Reacting, Keyamo said it was obvious the PDP standard bearer was running out of fresh ideas on how best to tackle the APC.
He said, “Atiku is telling old tales by moonlight.’ One, when he spent eight years as vice-president, he should show us one document by which he proposed restructuring when they were in government. After all, he will say it was an Obasanjo-Atiku joint ticket. Now, he should also be prepared to accept responsibility for their failure. So, they failed to start the process or do anything about restructuring, including true federalism and state police.
‘’Their regime is also noted for removing the Senate president and speakers of the House of Representatives like someone changing wrappers, but we have not done that. We have not removed one since we came in. Atiku doesn’t even have the right to raise anything concerning restructuring again. If he didn’t do it before, he won’t do it now.’’