BUHARI WILL FAIL NIGERIANS - DABO
Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Dr. Godwin Dabo' Adzuana has called on Nigerians not to vote for the presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) General Muhammadu Buhari and other past leaders.
He said they had failed the country and had nothing new to offer.
Besides, the Chairman Board of Trustees of Move Nigeria Project (MNP) urged Nigerians to disregard the comment by the convener of Save Nigeria Group and Buhari's running mate, Pastor Tunde Bakare that President Goodluck Jonathan should not be trusted.
The former deputy national auditor of the PDP who spoke in Abuja at an awareness campaign for President Goodluck Jonathan specifically advised Nigerians to beware of past rulers struggling to come back, saying since they had failed the nation and must not be allowed to return to the presidency.
'Among the four presidential candidates who have emerged and will be contesting the 2011 presidential ticket, we have identified that leader who has not amassed nauseating and inexplicable wealth to be President Goodluck Jonathan.
'Nigerians must ignore Pastor Tunde Bakare, the Vice Presidential candidate of Congress for Progressive Change for saying that he does not trust President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as our God-anointed leader,' he said.
According to him, all the vicissitudes, which have befallen Nigerians in the last three decades were not carried out by President Jonathan and so cannot be held responsible for the nation's woes.
Dabo' Adzuana also assured the citizens that Nigeria will not disintegrate under Jonathan, even though such has been the wishes of some desperate politicians who, he claimed, are not going to win the 2011 presidential elections.
'Those who are currently beating the drums of war will be disappointed because Nigerians have resolved to remain one indivisible nation,' he maintained.