Former Edo state governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has taken a swipe at ex-President Goodluck Jonathan.
According to him, Jonathan’s administration could not deliver on most of the basic things because it was incompetence.
“If you follow my commentary two, three years into his government, it was clear that even the most basic things were not properly done. Competence that was expected was not there,” he said in an interview published by The Interview.
“The level of fairness was not there. And even if you were to talk about the sentiment of servicing the geo-political zones, the south-south had nothing to boast of.
“Even the road to Yenagoa didn’t show that a president came from that area. I have travelled across Nigeria, so we in the south cannot say this is our dividend.
“He himself agreed that he didn’t do much for the south-south. Actually, that was not the real question. The real question was: where did he do?
“I remember he, Jonathan, called me about four days to the election over an advert I did. In the advert, I showed the pictures of the immigration recruitment they purported to have done in a stadium.
“That was the height of incompetence – that the federal government would defraud the unemployed people, ask them to pay some fees to attract a federal job.”