Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Ignore The Rumours! FG’s Topmost Priority Is National Security Not Public Relations- Abati

Here is a press release sent in from the State House.

Reports in national and foreign media that the Federal Government is currently in the process of recruiting an international public relations firm to “counter mounting criticism both inside and outside the country” are completely false and baseless.

The suggestion that the Federal Government intends to spend a staggering sum of $800 Million on the phantom public relations effort to ease “increasing pressure over its response to the kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls” is also wholly untrue.

Coming as they do, at a particularly difficult and sensitive time for the entire nation, the Federal Government considers the reports of a drive to recruit consultants to launder its image highly insensitive, deplorable, absurd and very malicious.

The Federal Government’s topmost priority for now is not public relations or image laundering but national security and the ongoing effort to ensure the safe return of the abducted college girls.

We therefore condemn the attempt by purveyors of the bogus reports to incite the Nigerian public against the Federal Government through the circulation of falsehoods .

Reuben Abati
Special Adviser to the President
(Media & Publicity)

May 27, 2014


  1. Oh my God ! nija don tire me ooo. You don't knw the truth and the lies anymore ooo. DERA MI

  2. There is no smoke without fire, Abati we hear u, I will not be surprised if we hear that d contract was been signed.

  3. Abeg dis ur spokes man's act is too low....coming soon: Gwagz Idol Season III

  4. I do not expect Reuben Abati to say otherwise

  5. #yinmu# @ Abati

  6. Next news please

  7. Sir is just doing his job

  8. Thank you for clearing the air

  9. We'll soon see

  10. Rumours naa ni