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Fayose again, says Buhari is an aberration


Fazed by the continued slide of the Nigerian economy and massive hunger in the land, the unrelenting critic of President Muhammadu Buhari, Ayodele Fayose, has hit the president again, calling him an aberration.

Fayose has been a major critic of the administration of President Buhari, and the most vocal, picking holes in every statement and actions of the president.

The governor has also been a major focus of investigations by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over allegations that he received funds running into billions of naira from the detained former National Security Adviser, NSA, Sambo Dasuki, to fund his election in 2014.

His bank accounts have been frozen and some properties sealed.

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The governor, in a statement on Saturday by his Chief Press Secretary, Idown Adelusi, said President Buhari is bereft of ideas to revive the country’s economy, predicting that the All Progressives Congress, APC, would soon disintegrate because it was founded on deceit.

He said: “Very soon, the APC will explode and disintegrate because it was founded on deceit. If you are in the Peoples Democratic Party, you are a pen robber, but if you joined the APC, you become a saint automatically.

“Unfortunately, Buhari cannot find a solution to hunger, unemployment, depressed economy and insecurity in the country because he is bereft of ideas. Nigerians should brace to change the change because the right president is yet to come. What we have now is an aberration.”
By Timothy Enietan-Matthews…

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