- The former minister of education and national leader of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Tunde Adeniran on Monday, May 7, spoke about 2019 presidential election
- Adeniran declared that Nigeria cannot afford extra day or month or year of President Buhari’s government after May 29
- He said Nigeria should realize that the situation in which they are in deserves a change of government
The former minister of education and national leader of the SDP Tunde Adeniran has said Nigeria deserves a change of political leadership adding that “we cannot afford exra day or month or year of Buhari’s government after May 29, 2019.”
The former minister on Monday, May 7 made this known in Ado-Ekiti during the inauguration of the steering committee of the party added that the APC has led the country down and should be shown the exit door.
According to him, “My own concern is that Nigerians should realize that the situation we are in deserves a change of government. We cannot afford extra day or month or year of Buhari’s government after May 29.
“By the grace of God, the SDP will take over government because the APC has let us down. Look at the killings all over the place. People are supposed to be in government to protect life and property, to ensure the wellbeing of the people and ensure development.
“What have we being facing? One disaster after the other. Life is not safe whether on the road, in the house or farm. We can’t afford that anymore, APC must pack and go.”
He however described the state Congress of the party held yesterday as very successful and a very wonderful exercise.
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He said: “The exercise of today is very orderly. Due process was followed and the people showed a lot of commitment to the party. It means that the future of the party is great. I feel very happy with the outcome.On the crisis rocking Ekiti state chapter of APC.”
” The lessons we have learnt and still learning is that it is good to be committed to goal and not to be desperate in whatever we do, above all, respect due process and the rule of law and for the party people to put the interest of the party and the nation above self in what they do.
“People should be fair and just in the organization of Congresses and give people level playing field.”
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that ex-agitators under the aegis of National Assembly of ex-militants frowned at the declaration of interest of President Buhari to run for second term in office, saying Nigerians could not afford another four years of poverty ridden administration.
The group which claimed to have worked for Buhari in the 2015 elections, said it has withdrawn support for the president, reiterating that the present administration had brought infectious poverty, abandonment of supporters and insincerity to develop Niger Delta region.
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