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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Ex-president Obasanjo says I Will Reveal Explosive Secrets About Nigeria If Anyone Tries To Jail Me

The Yoruba Ronu Leadership Forum has said that President
Muhammadu Buhari has been more democratic than the
three previous presidents before him, including Olusegun
Obasanjo. Mr. Akin Malaolu, the Secretary-General of the
forum said this in a statement on Saturday in Abuja. The
Forum was reacting to recent alarm by Obasanjo that plans
were being plotted to frame him by the Buhari-led APC
government.
Malaolu, who described Obasanjo’s alarm as strange, said:
“if anything at all was tormenting him, it must be karma that
knows his face and has his addresses.” “If Civil Society
Organisations call for Nigeria’s anti corruption agencies to
urgently revisit the 16 billion dollars Obasanjo Electricity
and Power Development Contracts, will that now be deemed
that Buhari is plotting to kill Obasanjo. “When Obasanjo
was calling on Nigerians not to re-elect Buhari come 2019,
there was nothing seen as wrong with his inciting and
national destabilisation acts and declarations,” Malaolu
said.
He recalled that when Obasanjo was in power, nobody could
have tried to do to him what he had been doing to bring
down successive governments. According to him, it is now
obvious that the posthumous national recognition and
honour given Chief M.K.O. Abiola by Buhari and the
declaration of June 12, as Democracy Day have become the
rudest shock for Obasanjo to bear. He added that Obasanjo
had forgotten that he and many officers were unwilling
guests at the country’s diverse detention facilities because
of their unbecoming and national destabilization acts during
late Gen. Sani Abacha’s military regime. The forum’s scribe,
however, said that it was time to let the likes of Obasanjo to
understand that without them, Nigeria would be a better
country to live in.
“We must caution Nigerians not to allow themselves get
hoodwinked by liars in the country, who know how to turn
things around and make it seem like they loved the truth for
the sake of the truth. “Nigerians must not be quick to
believe what Obasanjo said, because lies spread quicker
than the truth,” he said.

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