The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has mocked President Muhammadu Buhari’s presidency for allegedly stealing its “Next Level” logo and mantra.
Buhari’s campaign organisation had launched the logo and mantra last Sunday for the President’s re-election campaign.
However, there have been claims the mantra and logo was stolen from the Rex Institute.
Reacting to the development, the PDP in series of tweets on its official Twitter handle, said the development is a national disgrace.
The party wrote: #NextLevelScandal: The @MBuhari presidency has again disgraced our nation by stealing the Rex Institute’s “Next Level” logo and mantra as his 2019 campaign mantra and presenting same to Nigerians as his idea and creation.
“This revelation has further confirmed that the @MBuhari Presidency lacks integrity as a fraud syndicate that thrives on deception, lies, false performance claims, certificate forgery, corruption while always trying to take credit for the achievement of others.
“We are not surprised that President @MBuhari, out of desperation has resorted to copying/stealing other people’s work, because, the President lacks the competence to initiate and articulate an original blue print for leadership.The is why Nigeria is in dire strait today.”
Earlier, former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, had also attacked the APC on his Twitter handle over the matter.
He had said, “WAEC certificate FAKE, Achievements FAKE, Air Nigeria FAKE, N-Power FAKE, Integrity FAKE, Campaign promises FAKE, Reduced Rice Import FAKE, Anti corruption war FAKE and now, Next Level FAKE RETWEET.
Buhari was also accused of plagiarism in his inaugural speech in 2015. Some paragraphs of the speech were said to have been stolen from the speech of former United States of America President, Barack Obama.
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