Insecurity: APC Leaders Tell Jonathan To Resign Now

Thousands of supporters, sympathizers,leaders and chieftains of the All Progressives Congress, APC today stormed the expansive Metropolitan square along Asa Dam road, Ilorin venue of the public declaration of Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed for second term in office,where among others the embattled Speaker of the House of Representatives,Hon Aminu Tambuwal called on President Goodluck Jonathan to resign from office because of poor leadership or face the consequence of the angry electorates that will vote him out with the Peolpe’s Democratic Party in 2015 election so that there can be peace in Nigeria.

Also, the former governor of Lagos state and a leader of the party Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu who was boisterous and energetic throughout the ceremony explained to the mammoth crowd in vernacular language why they needed to vote for the leadership of his party and vote out President Goodluck Jonathan and PDP in 2015 general elections.
Majority of the presidential aspirants, namely Alh Atiku Abubakar, General Muhammadu Buhari, Alh Rabiu kwankwaso and former minister of FCT Mallam El Rufai were all in attendant.
Also governor of Kano state and other governors of the APC states, namely Governors Aliu Wamako of Sokoto, Adams Oshiomole of Edo, Rochas Okorocha of Imo, Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers and representatives from Osun Ogun and Oyo states among others were all present.

The host governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed and the leader of the party in Kwara state, Senator Bukola Saraki also took their turn to justify the reasons for granting second term to the incumbent governor and why they defected to APC .
Senator Bukola Saraki said he endorsed the governor for second term because of his impressive performance and loyalty and urged the people of Kwara not to be deceived and intimidated by the power of presidency and members of PDP in the state he described as artificial politicians who come around only during election period.

Author: News Editor

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