By Ola Ajayi
Ibadan – FEW days after the former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo advised President Muhammadu Buhari to resign after the expiration of his tenure, the National Chairman of the National Action Council (NAC), Dr. Olapade Agoro, has called on him to toe the path of honour like a former President of South Africa, Mr Jacob Zuma.


Agoro who is also a traditional ruler said unequivocally that President Buhari and his All Progressives Congress (APC) had failed Nigerians.

The most honourable thing to do, he maintained, is for President Buhari to immediately tender his resignation letter.

To him, “Buhari is a noise maker on the issue of the fight against corruption. He himself is leading a corrupt government”.

On the assignment given to Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, he reasoned that, “It is like waking Tinubu to wake up the dead. We heard of a man who woke up the dead, and that man is Jesus Christ. Jesus woke up Lazarus, who was dead for four days. Nowvl President Buhari is asking Tinubu to wake up, he APC that has died for almost four years, and has already been buried.

“Tinubu has been given an impossible task. Tinubu has to go from one Nigerian to another, he has to visit every home to appease Nigerians. He wrongly led us into this mess.

“After his defeat in 2011, President Buhari made a vow not to seek Nigerians’ mandate again, but Tinubu surprisingly in 2015 went to Bihari, who is already weak and tired, and used his political machinery to capture power for Buhari.”

“President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC the fact must be faced died on arrival year 2015. No one can however deny the fact that Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the man of political power machinery of beauty, of colour containments this time around wrongly placed his gambles on a dead horse”.

“We have never seen Fulani herdsmen carrying along Ak47 guns before. Now they are on the rampage killing innocent Nigerians across the country with guns, and the President is hesitant to take necessary action to curb the ugly trend,” he said.


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