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Aishat Buhari Was Right! The Person Ruling Nigeria Is Not Buhari

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Uche Secondus has alleged that the people who are truly ruling Nigeria are cabals and these cabals are currently divided and confused. We are led to a time in the not so far away past when Aishat revealed that there are two men who are actually controlling or as she said troubling her husband.

Secondus said this while stressing that Nigeria was currently being run by a “college of Presidents as nobody is really in charge of governance in the country at the moment.”
He spoke at a town hall meeting of PDP presidential candidate with youths in Lagos on Monday as was reported in a statement sent to a source by his spokesperson, Ike Abonyi.

The PDP National Chairman stated that the “country was going down because nobody was in charge,” adding that the “cabals who hijacked the Presidency are divided and confused and Nigeria youths are the victim.”

He stated that “President Muhammadu Buhari is not in charge of the situation and does not know what is happening in the country.”

“Your President does not know what is going on, he does not know that killings are going on in the country from Benue to Zamfara.
“He is confused about what to do and has told the Governors that the economy is getting worse and he does not know what to do,” he said.

Stressing that the 2019 election would provide youths the opportunity to elect a President who can interface and interact with them, Secondus added, “a President you can touch, you can communicate with and you can feel.”

“Voting out the All Progressives Congress, APC, in 2019, means a liberation for Nigeria youths and also a step towards getting the country out of bondage,” he said.

Secondus reiterated his earlier warning to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to save the country from crisis by conducting free, fair and credible election in 2019.
He urged youths to avoid the disgraceful roles they played during gubernatorial elections in Ekiti and Osun states in July and September, pointing out that in “2019 it’s not going to be business as usual.”

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