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The Presidency has asked former President Olusegun Obasanjo
to seek medical attention fast as it appears he is not medically fit.
Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media and Publicity,
Garba Shehu, said this while reacting to the former President’s
statement which he released yesterday in which he alleged that the
Abacha Era is back as President Buhari is presiding over Nigeria the
same way the former dictator did.
Recall that Obasanjo in a 16-page letter titled, “Points for concern
and action,”, made some damning allegations against President Buhari.
Read Garba Shehu’s reply to the former president below
The sixteen-page letter the former President, Chief Olusegun
Obasanjo, wrote to President Muhammadu Buhari and released this
afternoon is the last push by desperate politicians who can’t handle the
President politically and have resorted to subterfuge.
Our first message to the former President is that he needs a good doctor for good treatment and to say to him, “Get well soon.”
As repeatedly said of him, since Chief Obasanjo left office in 1979,
he never let every succeeding leader of the country function freely, and
this included the one he personally handpicked against all known rules
drawn up by the party that put him in the office of the President.
But Chief Obasanjo is jealous because President Buhari has more
esteem than him and the sooner he learns to respect him the better.
It is a notorious fact that in dealing with any leader that he failed
to control, he resorted to these puerile attacks. As the grand patron,
more correctly the grandfather of corruption as described by the
National Assembly, Chief Obasanjo released today’s letter purely for the
reason of rescuing his thriving corruption establishment.
The elections starting in February will be free and fair as promised
the nation and the international community by President Buhari.
What Chief Obasanjo and his co-travelers in the PDP should expect is
that from the outcome, we will teach them a political lesson that they
will never forget. This margin will be much bigger than we had in 2015.
Claims that President Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC)
have embarked on the president’s “self- succession project, by
recruiting collation officers who are already awarding results based on
their projects to actualise the perpetuation agenda, in which the people
will not matter and the votes will not count” is not only utterly false
but a copious note from the book on the failed third term agenda of
The man, President Buhari who has taken Nigeria’s reputation to a
higher level internationally and is working hard to improve on the
records of elections he found in place cannot descend to the level that
Obasanjo has himself sunk.
As for his attacks of the administration’s records in fighting
corruption, what the former President said is no more than evidence that
President Buhari’s war against corruption is succeeding. They thought
it is all a joke.
A leader who took USD 16 billion “upfront” to supply electric power
yet failed to add a single megawatt to the national grid and to date,
there is no trace of the money is jittery that he will be called to
account. He is a coward.
Chief Obasanjo, manifesting a confused state of mind blames President
Buhari for the fall of Libya into a failed state and the unholy
alliance between the Boko Haram terrorists and the ISIS, while at the
same time calling it an African problem,
saying “the struggle must be for all West African, Central African,
North African and most East African States,” which really does not
amount to saying anything new.
Nigerians looked up to him as a role model and a ray of hope to
ethical and clean leadership until President Yar’Adua called him out to
explain what happened to the sixteen billion dollars of taxpayer’s
money. It is clear that with him sitting on top of the heap of
corruption, he is no different from the crowd he leads.
This language of his 16-page letter, likening President Buhari to
General Sani Abacha, a man he dreaded and the one who jailed him under
military laws is most unfitting from a former President of Nigeria.
The claim that President Buhari has put in place rigging machinery is
both outlandish and outrageous. We are unable to get the words to
describe a 90-year old liar, except to say that by the publication of
this tissue of lies against the President, he Obasanjo, not the
President will fall from everyone’s esteem” the letter said
The issue of female underwear theft has got Nigerians
wondering what can be done to curb the trending menace. This followed
after a middle aged man was recently apprehended while trying to steal
panties for alleged ritual purpose.
According to Adero Pius based in Ondo state, few days ago, the
suspect met a young boy and allegedly told him to bring his mother’s
panties and that he will give him N500 for that.
The young boy told the man to wait for him to go and get the underwear.
When the boy got to the house, he alerted his mother who mobilized
some youths from the area and caught the suspect who was waiting for the
The man was stripped naked and beaten mercilessly by the residents
before he was taken away by the police for further investigation.