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Buhari, APC Obtained Nigerians Votes By Trick

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[caption id="attachment_5871" align="alignnone" width="680"]President Muhammadu Buhari[/caption]

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has accused President ‎Muhammadu Buhari and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) of obtaining the votes of Nigerians by trick.

He further added that; “Everything Buhari and his party promised Nigerians when they were looking for votes, they have denied and it won’t be a surprise if one day, Buhari comes out to even deny that he was elected on the platform of APC.

Speaking on the president’s stance that he would not pay the N5,000 stipend he promised to unemployed youths in the country and Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed’s claim that creation of three million jobs per year was not promised by the APC as the height of political 419.

“They have not fulfilled any of the promises they made to Nigerians. In fact, they have even told us that they never made any promise. It is close to one year that Buhari assumed office; no single job has been created. Instead of the three million jobs per year that they promised, what we have been witnessing is job losses, economic hardship and budget padding.”

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The Ekiti governor, who spoke through his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, said it was more worrisome that Buhari always choses foreign lands to make major policy pronouncements, asking whether Buhari has turned himself to Nigeria’s Diaspora or Online President.

Buhari’s declaration of support for Palestine and description of Palestinians as his brothers and sisters that must achieve their desired objectives as a confirmation of the growing suspicion that the President was interested in Nigeria becoming a full Islamic State.

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He said; “Even though I am a lover of Muslims, I relate with them as I do with Christians in the State and across the country, but Nigeria must remain secular and a free nation where its citizens proclaim the name of Jesus Christ and Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) freely.”

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