Thursday, September 20, 2018

Obasanjo Knows He Can't Stop Buhari

    MYNATION NEWS – It is clear as Prince Tony Momoh, a previous Minister of Information on Thursday said in spite of previous President Olusegun Obasanjo's resistance, he will be not able prevent President Muhammadu Buhari from winning the 2019 presidential race.

Talking in a meeting with Daily Independent, Momoh, one of the national pioneers of the decision All Progressives Congress (APC) Nigerians, particularly Northerners won't tune in to Obasanjo on the off chance that he approaches them to vote in favor of a specific hopeful amid the race.

Going doing a world of fond memories, he said Obasanjo endeavored fixing the 2003 governorship race in Kano state for Rabiu Kwankwaso yet he was opposed by Buhari who was supporting Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau."When Obasanjo was president amid the 2003 presidential decision, we got 12 million votes. Obasanjo needed outcomes pronounced for Rabiu Kwankwaso in 2003, yet Buhari bolstered Shekarau. Up till 3am, there was battle. The Commissioner of Police said 'Look, we can't pronounce this outcome since they will consume this house'. They need to pronounce result for the champ, Shekarau"."As President, the entire nation was Obasanjo's supporters, he won yet he couldn't win his own particular ward in the South-West".

"Thus, Obasanjo is a dependable warrior however he can't stop Buhari. He himself realizes that unmistakably. The main individual who can stop Buhari is the individual who has the votes. Which votes will Obasanjo convey against Buhari in the North or South-West? Does he have the votes even in his own particular Egbaland to move against Buhari?"

" Obasanjo is currently supporting ADC. Give us a chance to perceive how ADC will go far in the race since that will be the decider for Obasanjo. In view of Obasanjo's impact, ADC ought to have the capacity to assume control from APC and PDP and turn into the decision party in Nigeria".

" Very soon, we will know whether Obasanjo is responsible for Nigeria or he is only a performing artist who has been fortunate after where the breeze blows" he said.

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