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Obasanjo’s Letter To Buhari Is Useless – Junaid Mohammed

Chief Olusegun ObasanjoSecond Republic lawmaker, Dr. Junaid Mohammed has blasted Olusegun Obasanjo’s recent letter to President Muhammadu Buhari.

In a recent interview with Vanguard, Junaid said Obasanjo has run out of ideas on what to say to Buhari.

Dr. Junaid described Obasanjo’s letter as one that is not just coming at the wrong time, but also a planned attempt to add fuel to the tensed controversies already confronting Buhari’s government.

His words, “Obasanjo’s letter at this time is most unfortunate, ill-timed and unhelpful to the country and those he is trying to educate because there was nothing new in the letter that he had not said before now.

“The truth of the matter is that some of Obasanjo’s pronouncements in the said letter are not useful to anyone in the country because they were clearly written to inflict maximum damage on Nigeria and its people.

“For a man who has benefitted immensely from this country to have written such a letter to another leader shows that he was economical with the truth concerning all the issues he raised in the letter.

“The letter by the former president amply demonstrates the fact that he deliberately committed an act of great disservice to this country and clearly shows a brazen act of shamelessness on his part as a former leader of this country.

The totality of the contents of the letter shows that he is either ignorant or mischievous in his desperate attempt to hoodwink some ignorant persons against the person and government of Buhari and this cannot take the former president to any place of importance that he is angling for.

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However, the point must be made that if the intention of Obasanjo is to use the instrumentality of the so-called letter to blackmail Buhari and his government with the intention of getting some relevance of benefit from it, he has already failed woefully.”


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