Aso Rock Shakes As Obasanjo Finally Reacts To Buhari’s Election Victory, Makes Groundbreaking Revelations With Evidence


Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has lastly reacted to the reelection of President Muhammadu Buhari of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, for a second time period in workplace, saying he won’t cease criticising him as a result of he’s his boss.

President Buhari and Obasanjo at Aso Rock Villa, Picture Credit score: Google Picture
Obasanjo spoke on the Olusegun Obasanjo presidential library, in Abeokuta, Ogun state capital, throughout an event to commemorate his 82nd birthday. Baba was reacting to Adedotun Gbadebo, alake of Egbaland, who requested him to “depart Buhari alone”.

The Alake had pleaded with the previous president to chill out his criticism of Buhari’s authorities. The monarch stated, “You all know that I used to be an officer underneath Normal Buhari so every time Obasanjo criticises my boss, I all the time stand to say my senior (OBJ), please depart the President alone. At 82, baba continues to be combating on, please struggle much less and be a advisor to all people”.

However responding, Obasanjo stated there was nothing private in his criticism of Buhari, including that democracy includes criticism and never a household affair. He reminded the monarch that he’s additionally Buhari’s “boss”, whereas noting that he has held the mantle of management of the nation longer than any chief.

He urged the monarch to inform the president to do “what is correct that his boss needs him to do” if he needs to be left alone.

“Governance will not be a household affair and democracy includes criticism and contemplating all sides to a difficulty. There’s nothing private between President Buhari and I,” Obasanjo stated.

“In a democracy, you may criticise a coverage, a authorities or a frontrunner as a result of democracy will not be a household affair. Whether it is my brother that’s occupying the management function and he’s not doing what I consider he ought to do, he have to be criticised and that’s what democracy is all about.

“I consider that Africa has no different to democracy, good governance, improvement and progress of our economic system. And If that’s not occurring in any nation, those that maintain quiet about it are equipment after the actual fact.

“That’s what democracy is all about, criticism and seeing the opposite facet. So, if I say anyone in authorities in Nigeria or any authorities for that matter will not be doing properly, let that authorities show that it’s properly.

“So, Kabiyesi, your boss, Buhari, there’s nothing private between me and him. Simply as he’s your boss, I’m his boss, with all due respect. Now, the purpose is that I’ve been in that place longer than any Nigerian will ever be there. That’s true. If any Nigerian is available in and has two phrases, he won’t have nearly 4 years of navy rule.

“I’ve been there longer than any Nigerian would ever be. So, once I say one thing, I do know what I’m speaking about. Kabiyesi, any time you say, ‘Depart my boss alone,’ I agree, he’s your boss. However I’m additionally his boss’. So, you may additionally ask your boss (Buhari) to depart his boss alone or do what is correct that his boss needs him to do.”

Obasanjo’s criticism of the Buhari-led federal authorities comes as his former vice chairman , Atiku Abubakar, described Obj as one of many biggest Nigerians alive.

Atiku felicitated together with his former president on his 82nd birthday, yesterday. He stated no Nigerian alive has carried out as a lot as Obasanjo did for the nation. The Peoples Democratic Social gathering, PDP, presidential candidate, who served as Baba’s deputy for eight years, additionally wished him good well being and continued service to the nation.

Writing through his Twitter deal with on Tuesday, he stated: “A really blissful 82nd birthday to you, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. No dwelling Nigerian has given as a lot to Nigeria in peacetime and in warfare as you could have.

“Might almighty God grant you a lot extra years in good well being and continued service to Nigeria and the world at giant.”