Nigerians woke up this morning to a provocative advert placed in major print newspapers across Nigeria by Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state practically wishing death on General Muhammad Buhari (rtd), the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The advert which were placed on the front pages of Punch, the Guardian and several other national newspapers, titled “Nigerians Be Warned” started with a quote from the book of Deuteronomy in the bible talking about life and death.
Fayose then listed three former Nigerian head of states from the Northwestern part of Nigeria, who have died tragically and the placed Buhari at the end with a question mark placed over his photograph.
The advert followed several desperate efforts by operatives of President Jonathan to hang a prostrate cancer diagnosis on Buhari over the last few days. The group went as far as concocting a laboratory report claiming Buhari had been diagnosed with prostate cancer at the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital. The hospital later denied the existence of the laboratory report and its writer.
Also, Buhari personally addressed a press conference yesterday and denied visiting ABUTH in the last five years.