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What brought President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to Minna, late in the Night of the day before the council of state meeting in the state capital ?

What then again brought the issue of election postponement ? I can say that Mr. President authoritatively slept in IBB's house and left for Abuja in the early hours of the next day.

On Monday morning, President Goodluck has started playing by the script of IBB which directs the Army to write INEC that they could not guarantee security, if the elections should be conducted by the initial date, 14th February, 2015, which left the presidency to shift the election with 6 weeks, a window created to implore various intimidating tactics to checkmate the excesses of the opposition.

Now the National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki inaugurated a royal tour of bribery to Northern Emirs to support President Goodluck's agenda and should incase there is failure, they should support IBB as the head of the next interim government.

For sure, IBB is anti-Buhari, reasons are not far from the fact that his first daughter, Aisha is one of the major campaign coordinators of President Goodluck campaign at the National Level.

Another reason is, in Niger state PDP campaign movement, IBB's daughter and Son are among the major players, Mohammed Babangida heads the Directorate of finance of the Umar Nasko's governorship campaign organization.

This is absurd. IBB's children campaigning for PDP at the National and State Level, against Buhari and Son of Rtd. Col. Sani Bello's son, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, who is the All Progressive Congress Governorship flag bearer in Niger state. One will be tempted to ask, what the hell is the matter with IBB ?

Or, is IBB and Jonathan trying to re-incarnate JUNE 12 ?

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