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‘Nigerians will suffer till 2019,’ Governor says

Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose made the comment via a statement released on Wednesday, May 25, 2016.

 

Fayose made the comment via a statement released on Wednesday, May 25, 2016.

It reads:

“Nigerians should be reminded that the manner of hardship being faced now was also faced during Buhari’s first coming as a military dictator when people had to queue for essential commodities. Now, Nigerians can’t even afford common tomato to prepare soup.

“So Nigerians you have heard the truth: under Buhari/APC, it is almost certain that our suffering will continue till 2019.

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“Nigerians, remember I warned you before Buhari was elected; I have been warning you since Buhari became president and I am warning now that if nothing is done urgently, the economy of Nigeria will collapse.”

Fayose had earlier said that Buhari is too old to rule Nigeria.

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