EXPOSED: Atiku, Mimiko in secret deal to remove Buhari in 2019

– The fresh reports indicate that the third is set to appear ahead of the presidential poll
– Atiku and Mimiko are the key figures who are plotting to take power from Buhari in 2019
– Former VP is reportedly dissatisfied wiith some decisions of the ruling party

Mimiko’s tenure as a governor will end in February 2017. According to a highly placed source, the new party will emerge in the last quarter of 2017, even as a positive result (for the PDP) of the November 2016 governorship poll in Ondo state is the likely template for the substitution. The source said: “ Like a nation in want of leadership, proper leadership and a new dawn will soon face the country because what Nigerians are getting is not what they bargained for. The change mantra appears to be fading and some persons are beginning to think otherwise. “As it was in the run up to the last presidential election, whereby hitherto antagonistic persons came together for a common cause and installed the current government, we are looking at the possibility of mobilizing all and sundry to rescue the nation from nepotisim. High Speed, Quality Service,Support Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, all Africa Ad “From all indications, the current leadership has failed the nation and if you read what a North West leader said in an interview today (yesterday), you need no one to tell you that we require a drastic political direction. “In the process, anything can happen, including the registration of a new political party or reviving an existing one because in all the major parties, that is PDP and APC, there are problems. “So we are going to reach out to our major political bloc, the Afenifere, as well as some of the Third Republic SDP governors who are now sidelined in the two parties.” “The new party is immaterial. As far as some of us are concerned, whether he is VP or not, Osinbajo does not have the political sagacity of the Ondo State governor. I ask, can a Buhari or whoever and Osinbajo APC ticket beat an Atiku/ Mimiko ticket? “They can longer deceive our people because the truth has come out. They shouted restructuring before election and abandoned it after their victory. Are these people trustworthy? Definitely, a counter force to the existing power equation in the region is about to be reinvigorated.” READ ALSO: Biafra: Atiku meets with Oyegun As a probable inroad and sustainability in the south-west, Atiku was partly instrumental to the choice of the immediate past Ondo state Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Eyitayo Jegede, as Governor Mimiko’s preferred candidate of the PDP for the November governorship poll. Former VP and Jegede are friends, the latter having resided in Yola, the Adamawa state capital, for almost two decades and has been a personal friend and counsel to the former vice president. Atiku drew the anger of the presidency and leadership of ruling party as, aside decrying lack of focused leadership, he openly canvassed for the restructuring of the country, an idea President Muhammadu Buhari and his vice, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, have disapproved. Former VP was reportedly summoned and cautioned by the national leadership of the APC

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