Daniel Begs Obasanjo, Don’t Abandon Jonathan Now

The former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel has
pleaded with Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo to complete the job he started with
President Goodluck Jonathan in 2011. Daniel said, he Obasanjo made sure
Jonathan was the vice-president of Nigeria in 2007, and made him president in
2011 and would be only fear for him to support him get back to office for a 2nd
term.  Daniel emphasized that a job half
done is like a job not done at all.
Daniel’s statement came barely 24hours after the former
president openly declared his support for the re-election of Ogun State
Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, who is a member of the opposition All Progressives

“Obasanjo should finish the job he started in 2011 because a
job that is half-done is not done at all. It is the height of injustice for
Jonathan and the South-South people not to be allowed to do a second-term. We,
the Yoruba people are saying that for the reason of equity, Jonathan should be
allowed for a second term and after that, power can shift to the North,” Daniel
stated on Saturday while addressing members of the Peoples Democratic Party at
the inauguration of the Goodluck/Sambo Independent Support Team in Lagos.

It will also be recalled that Doyin Okupe also said in an
interview that he agrees with Obasanjo’s slogan which says, vote for performance
and not the party, stating that General Buhari should tell Nigerians what he
did while in power and President Goodluck Jonathan should do the same, and let’s
see who Nigerians will vote for, stressing that Buhari added no value to the
nation while in power.

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