Kwankwaso Feels that Obasanjo’s Exit from PDP has Killed The Party

February 24, 2015 12:05 pm

Kano State governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has described Chief Olusegun
Obasanjo’s exit from as a death warrant to the party and another
huge blow that will deliver Nigerians from the party.

In an interview with newsmen in his office, Kwankwaso noted that for
many obvious reasons, Obasanjo has supporters not only in Ogun State or
in the western states, but also across the country.

In his words: “I have not seen him since he decided to leave the PDP,
but I can comfortably say that a lot must have happened in the party for
him to come out to tear his card and say he has left the party”.

Kwankwaso added that Obasanjo would have left the party earlier than
now, since together they had predicted the downfall of the party, but
his exit now is still at the right time, and commended the decision of
Obasanjo, whom he described as a well respected person of international
recognition.

Meanwhile, Governor Kwankwaso has described Ekiti State governor Ayodele
Fayose as a reckless politician who by virtue of his background should
not be a governor of any state.

According to Kwankwaso, for any right thinking Nigerian to doubt
Buhari’s physical and mental ability is uncalled for, considering his
campaign tour that cut across all the states of the federation and how
he had consistently been addressing issues of national importance.

“I want to tell Nigerians that I was with Muhammad Buhari when he was
leaving for UK and he was hale and hearty. Again, Nigerians have seen
pictures of Buhari and former British prime minister, Tony Blair on
newspapers and online media. In fact, Muhammad Buhari has since before
the party primaries been a healthy and strong person till the day he
left for the UK”, Kwankwaso stated.

He said that people like him who knew Fayose’s past and political
antecedents were not surprised by his recent vituperations and
disrespect for elders.

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