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Buhari lacks moral right to intervene in Gambia – Fayose

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Buhari lacks moral right to intervene in Gambia – Fayose

EkiEkiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayoseti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has described President Muhammadu Buhari’s involvement within the assembly to influence Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, to concede defeat as an aberration.

He mentioned Buhari lacked the ethical proper to evangelise obedience to democratic ideas as a result of free and truthful elections not exists beneath his administration.

The governor mentioned leaders like former President Goodluck Jonathan, President John Mahama of Ghana and others who had misplaced elections and conceded defeat had been in one of the best place to intervene within the disaster rocking the west African nation and never somebody like Buhari, who misplaced election thrice and by no means conceded defeat.

In an announcement by his Particular Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Fayose questioned what Buhari, “whose authorities is desperately shifting Nigeria from a multi-party democracy to a one-party state, would have advised Jammeh.”

Fayose defined that final Saturday’s rerun elections in Rivers had been characterised by state-sponsored violence and rigging.

He mentioned, “With what occurred in Rivers State final weekend, it’s sure that the votes of Nigerians will not be allowed to rely because the All Progressives Congress cabal within the Presidential Villa has now assumed the position of INEC, allocating votes to their occasion and utilizing safety brokers to power their will on the individuals.

“Did President Buhari face Jammeh and suggested him to just accept defeat the way in which he (Buhari) conceded defeat in 2003, 2007 and 2011 when violence was instigated and several other individuals, together with the members of the Nationwide Youth Service Corps had been killed?

“How can Buhari, who has destroyed the legacy of free, truthful and credible election in Nigeria, be the one to prevail on another person to stick to democratic ideas?”

Fayose suggested Buhari to first take away the log in his eyes earlier than trying to take away the speck in different individuals’s eyes, describing the President as a doctor who can not heal himself.

The governor mentioned regardless that Jammeh behaved dishonourably by reneging on his preliminary promise of accepting defeat, the involvement of Buhari within the assembly to influence him to step down was the peak of hypocrisy.

“Nigerians are nervous about the potential of Buhari behaving like Jammeh in 2019 after he will need to have been defeated. The worldwide group might have a high-powered delegation to take out his rampaging bull out of Nigeria’s china store,” the governor mentioned.

Supply: punchNG


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