2019: Buhari’s second term will finish Nigeria – Fayose

By Editor on 11/04/2018

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Buhari and Fayose
Buhari and Fayose

Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has described the declaration of re-election bid by President Muhammadu Buhari as an ambition dead on arrival.

Fayose warned that if Buhari is re-elected, he would kill the country. He said Nigeria does not need Buhari as its leader in 2019.

The governor, who spoke to newsmen in Ado-Ekiti, through his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi, said if Buhari is unable to read the handwriting on the wall to know when to call it quits, Nigerians would show him the exit in 2019 by voting him out of office.

Fayose said Buhari is not only too old to lead the country, but has bungled the opportunity given him by his woeful performance.

He said: “That ambition is dead on arrival. We don’t want grandpa as president anymore. Nigeria does not deserve a Buhari as president in 2019. Buhari is old and tired. When people don’t know when to take their leave and say bye, Nigerians will show them the exit.

“He has done more harm to this country. His ambition is a means by which Nigerians will tell him good riddance to bad rubbish when they boot him out of office. He is an easy candidate to defeat in the poll for he has failed woefully.

“He has failed in all fronts. He has failed in his so-called fight against corruption and in the economic front. He has not done well in terms of security. People are being killed in large number daily and Nigerians have no confidence in him.

“His declaration, today, is a slap on Nigerians in the face of what they are passing through. His government is not only clueless, but a shambles. He should go home and rest.”

Posted 11/04/2018 02:43:49 AM


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