Bukola Saraki is a dangerous man-Buhari

The Presidency wishes to react the crude
speeches hitting the news from Senator Bukola Saraki who
recently joined the Peoples Democratic Party with the sole
ambition of running as the president of Nigeria.
“In response to the condemnable and extremely derogatory
speeches by the PDP aspirant, we urge all Buhari supporters to
display restraint in language and conduct and to always put across
their points of view in a decent language.
“Throughout his political career, Senator Saraki has shown that he
is a very dangerous person who can go any length to promote his
personal interests. “The language of his campaign is such that
cannot be used against a domestic help. Is he just knowing that
the president lacked vision?
“This is someone that the Senator had worked with very closely for
more than three years. Amazingly, he never said all that he is now
saying against him.
“Rather, his word for and on the President were always respectful
and reassuring. That’s the man he called “My Father,” about him
“there is no cause for alarm…a President who is healthy, witty and
himself.” What then changed, all of a sudden?
“Is he saying these blatantly false and crude things against the
President because he is gunning for the same office? Could it be
that he is targeting President Buhari because the party he has just
joined does not have any real issues to highlight?
“Be that as it may, our appeal to our supporters is to ignore Saraki
and any such politicians bent on lowering the quality of political
discourse. Let them drown in their own waters.’’
Garba Shehu, the senior special assistant to the president on
media and publicity in a statement on Thursday, September 20,
disclosed that the president appointed the minister of
transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, as the secretary/director general
of his campaign team.
According to the statement, the minister will announce other
appointments into the campaign structure as approved by the

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