Monday, August 6, 2018

What Obasanjo did to Nigeria – Olusegun Osoba

Image result for What Obasanjo did to Nigeria – Olusegun Osoba    A previous legislative head of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba has said that establishment of the terrible administration Nigeria is encountering today was laid by ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.According to the previous Governor, Obasanjo controlled the governors chose on the stage of the Alliance for Democracy in 1999 out of the Council of State.

He said that the asserted control by the previous President "was the start of the descending pattern of authority in this country.The legislator said the yield of state governors chose in 1999 through the open tally framework were as yet the best, noticing that they never had any reason to be examined for debasement.

Osoba said this in Lagos at the 70th Birthday Colloquium of one of the fellow benefactors of Newswatch Magazine, Ray Ekpu, a contemporary of the late Dele Giwa.

The colloquium had the topic, "Nigeria: The authority question," and was held at Muson Center, Lagos Island.The director of the event was a previous Minister of External Affairs, Prof Bolaji Akinyemi.

Different dignitaries were a previous Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Obong Victor Attah; the organizer of Vanguard Newspaper, Sam Amuka-Pemu; Prof Pat Utomi; a previous Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and presidential confident, Kingsley Moghalu; and the Chairman, Editorial Board, The Nation Newspaper, Sam Omatseye.

Osoba said he trusted that the proposed electronic voting in the correction to the Electoral Act would take out decision fixing in the nation.

He blamed the informed for dozing in their homes on decision day and left the activity to hooligans, "who offer their votes in favor of N5,000."

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