-Gov. Fayose declares Buhari does not have the strength to lead Nigeria.
-He said he has not been allowed to see the President because he will reveal the truth about his health status.
Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has once again condemned the way President Mohammadu Buhari’s health status is been shrouded in secrecy.
He also revealed he has not been allowed to visit the ailing President Muhammadu Buhari in London, UK because they know he would definitely reveal the truth.
Recall that Buhari has been visited by several Governors and top politicians since he returned to London for further medical check-ups on May 7 while sahara reporters recently reported the President is been treated for cancer.
Fayose, who was presenting a welcome address at an all-inclusive meeting of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) with other political parties which held at Ibadan Civic Centre, Agodi Gate, Ibadan Monday, maintained that a sick person who has little or no strength cannot govern Nigeria.
The Governor also stated that if the President refused to step down, he should be made the “Minister of Foreign Affairs in London”.
He added: “Why did they not take me to London. Why didn’t they take me there? They obviously knew very well that I would listen to the man and know whether his voice is clear or not. Then, I would be able to tell Nigerians the truth.
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“Leadership must come with a certain measure of strength. If you don’t have strength, how can you govern the country?
“So, we need a president that is hale and hearty. If our President doesn’t want to go, let him become the Minister of Foreign Affairs in London. These are statements of fact”.
Even as many are still calling for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari to enable him focus on his treatment, it appears Mr. Buhari is already getting ready for a second term in office as Naija News authoritatively revealed the inauguration of his campaign team.
Meanwhile, it has been 92 days since Mr. President left the shores of Nigeria for London on a medical vacation.