Obasanjo's Letter: Buhari has inflicted much pain on Nigerians - Sule Lamido
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A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, Sule Lamido has criticized president Muhammadu Buhari for causing too much pain, frustration, and poverty on Nigerians.

Lamido, during a consultative visit to the governor of Delta state, Ifeanyi Okowa and the state chapter of the party, He called on the PDP to rescue Nigerians from Buhari’s administration.

“We have been wailing all along alone, we all have been wailing that something is wrong with the country, but we were demonized and maligned. I was called a hooligan. First, I am a Nigerian citizen and therefore, this government is my own government. When you criticize the Federal Government, you are demonized, blackmailed.

Atiku left APC and Baba is now talking. In America in the olden days when they went into a mine, they took with them a canary into the mines not because they wanted the bird to sing for them but because it had thin respiratory organs.


And when the oxygen reduced, the bird would start shaking. It was a signal to the miners of danger and the miners would leave the mine. So the Nigerian canary is now screaming, the air is suffocating and therefore, we have to simply find our way out. We cannot continue like this.

So Baba captured the mind of all Nigerians in his letter. Nigeria must be saved from this arrangement. We are cursed because we are being led by hate heroes. With three years of APC misrule, you can see the way they have unleashed pain on Nigerians”.


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Updated on May 1, 2018 at 11:14 am