Friday, 23 March 2018

Sule Lamido says Buhari came to power through hate speech, blackmail, reacts to release of Dapchi schoolgirls

Former governor of Jigawa State and current presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Sule Lamido, has said his Party was voted out of power in 2015 based on hate speech and blackmail.

He, however, added that three years down the line, Nigeria had become a war zone because of the present government’s alleged incompetence.

Lamido stated this on Thursday in Lagos when he met with PDP chieftains in the state to inform them about his ambition to run for the presidency in 2019.

“In 2019, the coast is clear. There is no way APC will win. Look at the country, are we united? Are we stable? Are we prosperous? Are we secure? We’ve become a world embarrassment; we are becoming an ancient nation. So PDP will come back in 2019.

“There is no way, Buhari will ever come back no matter what he does, because he knows he is a contraption who rode on the notions of the Nigerian people based on blackmail, sentiment and hate speech,” he alleged.

He pleaded with Nigerians to help ensure APC does not return in 2019, adding: “If we allow Nigeria to go to APC in 2019, God will judge us.”

A former Governor of Jigawa State and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential aspirant, Alhaji Sule Lamido, has reacted to the release of the abducted Dapchi secondary schoolgirls by Boko Haram.

The former governor also said the circumstances surrounding the kidnap and release of Dapchi secondary schoolgirls had turned Nigeria into a laughing stock among the comity of nations.

According to him, if the All Progressives Congress, APC, was allowed to continue in 2019, “Nigerians would be turned to fools.”

Lamido said no right thinking person would believe the kidnap saga in Dapchi.

He told reporters, “So, they (insurgents) went in convoys to kidnap the girls and nobody saw them. On their own volition, they came back with the girls with the same convoys, with fanfare and the girls came back with luggage. Yet, they (insurgents) can’t be traced. The world is laughing at us.

“The defence minister said the girls are coming back. He didn’t say they will rescue them and so they were never rescued,” he said.

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