The All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju/Shettima Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) on Tuesday said Naja’atu Mohammed, its former head of civil society organisations directorate, was sacked due to incompetence and for leaking vital information.
Mahmud Jega, Adviser Public Affairs, Tinubu Media Office, said this in a statement in Abuja.
Mr Jega described Ms Mohammed’s resignation as hasty and preemptive after the campaign council had discovered her leakage of sensitive information to opposition political parties.
He charged APC supporters to ignore the antics of political jobbers like Ms Mohammed and concentrate on delivering the Tinubu-Shettima presidential ticket in the coming presidential election.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ms Mohammed, who claimed to have resigned from her position on Saturday, also alleged that Mr Tinubu is suffering from dementia.
“The Asiwaju/Shettima Presidential Campaign Council received with amusement the hasty resignation of Hajiya Naja’atu Mohammed from her position as Director of Civil Society Organisations.
“This was just before she was sacked for incompetence, quarrelsomeness and after being uncovered to be a mole planted in the winning campaign council to leak sensitive information to our desperate opponents,” Mr Jega said.
He said Ms Mohammed had succeeded in deceiving the gullible public by claiming that she resigned, when her sack letter had arrived at her desk.
He added that her desperate, fact-free, machination-filled and imaginary utterances since her sack from the PCC had proved beyond doubt that she was unfit to serve in the first place, until it was discovered that she was actually a mole.
“Not being a medical doctor but one whose profession in the last three decades was as a political jobber and expert name dropper.
“She nevertheless issued a pseudo-medical report on our presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, after a brief meeting in London.
“Even the association of native doctors would sack her for quackery and for reaching a medical conclusion without any test,” Mr Jega said.