Friday, January 16, 2015

Fayose - Obasanjo Wants To Make Buhari President So That He'll Die In Office

The Governor of Ekiti State, Mr Ayo
Fayose, has urged Nigerians to be
very careful with Olusegun
Obasanjo,in relation to next month's
presidential election.
According to Fayose , Obasanjo
wants to make an old man like Gen.
Buhari,the president of Nigeria so
that he will die in office like late
Musa Yar'Adua.He said what
happened to Yar'Adua is about to
repeat itself if Gen. Buhari wins the
presidential election.
Disclosing this today Thursday,
January 15,in Ado-Ekiti, Fayose said
heis baffled why Obasanjo has a
misunderstanding with President
Jonathan,stressing that the
relationship between Obasanjo and
APC leader, Bola Tinubu, is "like a
lion and a goat living together".
Read his statement below...
"Nigerians should be wary of
Obasanjo's banana peel. He was the
one who put forward Umar Yar 'Adua
as the president knowing the man's
state of health and the man died in
office. He was the one who said
President Goodluck Jonathan was
the best for Nigeria and that without
him there would be no Nigeria."
"The question people should ask
former President Obasanjo is what
has gone wrong between now and
then? He is against President
Jonathan because the President
refused to be pocketed by him and
any Nigerian leader who wants to
succeed will not allow that. Obasanjo
is now presenting General
Muhammadu Buhari as the best
for Nigeria knowing the man's age
and that the pressure of office would
be too much for him."
"In the North, there are so many
qualified, brilliant and credible
people who can rule the country
well.Why is Obasanjo going after an
old horse that may collapse mid way.
Nigerians should know the state of
health of Buhari. His age and health
cannot stand the rigours of the
office. Nigerians deserve to know
the health status of Buhari."
"The strange love between Obasanjo
and Tinubu is like a lion and a goat
living together in the same house.
Jonathan should be allowed to
his term and after that the North will
be allowed to present credible
candidate in 2019, not an old horse
being put forward."
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