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  • ‘I’ll Teach You A Lesson You Will Never Forget’ — Buhari Replies Obasanjo
  • ‘I’ll teach you a lesson you will never forget’ — Buhari replies
    Obasanjo
    TheCable in On the GoTop Stories
    President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to teach ex-President
    Olusegun Obasanjo “and his co-travellers” a political lesson they will
    never forget.
    In a statement which Garba Shehu, presidential spokesman, issued
    on his behalf, Buhari accused the former president of being hostile
    to leaders he has no control over.
    He described him as someone who lacks the moral standing to
    criticise his administration.
    The statement was issued in response to the latest criticism of
    Obasanjo.
    The elder statesman had alleged that Buhari was taking the country
    down the path of Sani Abacha, former military dictator.
    Denying the allegation, Shehu said Obasanjo needed to visit his
    doctor for treatment.
    “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,” the
    statement read.
    “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.”
    He also denied the allegations of Obasanjo that the Buhari
    administration had started recruiting the officials of the Independent
    National Electoral Commission (INEC) who would be used to rig the
    exercise.
    “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 President Obasanjo,” the statement read.
    “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.
    “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.”
    Source:- Thecableng

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