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Keyamo, AnnKio Briggs tackle OBJ over comments against PMB

By Perez Brisibe

UGHELLI – FIERY brand lawyer, Festus Keyamo has advised Nigerians to be cautious on outbursts by former President Olusegun Obasanjo warning that “only Nigerians, who do not remember history, would pay attention to Obsanjo’s antics.”

Festus Keyamo

Keyamo’s comments is coming just as convener, Niger Delta Self-Determination Movement, NDSDM, Ann-Kio Briggs asked Obasanjo to take responsibility for the failure he is accusing the Buhari’s government of.

Briggs in a statement Tuesday, said: “If this APC Buhari government is a failure then you sir and 97% are responsible and the people who brought you from prison to president must take 100% responsibility for the failure of bringing you that lead to the failures you have brought.

“You brought late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua as president against the desire of the Fulani cabal, and single-handedly picked President Gooluck Jonathan in your calculations to suit your own plans, and vengeful nature to destroy the ambition of another Niger Delta son, and God showed you he is the rightful owner of the hearts of men whether they be good or bad men.

“Today you have jumped ship again, claiming you don’t want to reinforce failure. Nigeria died under your watch. Nigerians kept thinking Nigeria was in a coma. It is clear that this last failure will pull the plug on the life support machine keeping Nigeria alive Niger Delta oil and gas.”

On his part, Keyamo who took to his twitter handle @fkeyamo in his reaction, said: “For the records, the 2007 elections over which he (Obasanjo) presided was adjudged one of the worst the world has ever seen, prompting President Yar’Adua to apologise to Nigerians

“Since 1960, a few people have always determined who would govern all of us. They are the ones now writing letters and inciting the people.

“2019 would be a defining moment as the people of this country will truly determine their own fate and put these self-conceited leaders to ultimate shame.”


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