He further stated that this is just a tip of the iceberg and some of the cases are still in court, stressing that the list is not a mere imagination of the APC.
"Instead of taking this path to redemption, PDP has engaged in fruitless "you too" accusations and name calling," the APC spokesman said.
"We challenge individual PDP leaders to publicly and voluntarily tell Nigerians how much they stole and then agree to cough up their illegal acquisitions of wealth if they want their apology to be taken seriously".
Former SSA to former president, Goodluck Jonathan, Dudafa Waripamo-Owei and cousin to former president, Goodluck Jonathan, Robert Azibaola, were also on the list for allegedly keeping N830 million in accounts of four different companies and for allegedly collecting $40 million from the office of the NSA.
He said: "We challenge Buhari to make open the sources of fund available to his campaign in the 2003, 2007 and 2011 race as well as the names of the donors". Some of the people on this list are seeking plea bargain and that is a fact.
THE Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has dismissed as hollow and laughable, the list of alleged looters published by the Federal Government on Friday.
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"We believe that the PDP should not only apologise for the imposition of candidates, and the culture of impunity, but must also come clean and acknowledge that they participated in large scale corruption and massive diversions of public funds to private pockets while poverty was ravaging the ordinary Nigerians".
"It's like a robber admitting to stealing your auto and apologizing, but then saying he will keep the vehicle anyway".
The party asked the minister to name the names of its members against whom the federal government had secured convictions.
It said the list issued by the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, only goes to show that the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Presidency have no proof of corruption against the PDP.
Secondus advised the APC-led Federal Government to imbibe the spirit of tolerance and shun all undemocratic tendencies that might heighten tension in the land.
"If the Federal Government was serious about total anti-corruption war, it should also "look inwards" and name ex-PDP chieftains who are now in the APC". We are not in doubt that the individuals he has mentioned will take their legitimate stride and pursue appropriate action in the court, " the statement added.