2019 GENERAL Elections

REVEALED | 2019: FRUSTRATED CAMPAIGN DG ROTIMI AMAECHI CRIES OUT, “BUHARI DOESN’T CARE”

👤 By Danjuma Aliyu, DENISAURUS News

As rumours of internal frustrations of key allies of President Buhari over his lackluster performance in government continue to grow in the leadup to the General Elections, a shocking audio recording believed to be of a frustrated Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has surfaced.

Mr Amaechi, a former Governor of River States and now director general of the Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation, who voiced his frustration off record while speaking to journalists recently, unknown to him that he was being recorded, bemoaned the President’s towards public outcry on his poor performance.

In the leaked audio obtained by DENISAURUS News, Mr Amaechi who sounded angry, said the President doesn’t listen to anybody anymore “he doesn’t care” presumably about the outcries of Nigerians over his poor performance.

Mr Amaechi a member of the Peoples Democratic Party who defected to the ruling All Progressives Congress in 2014, even asked if the President reads the news, confirming earlier reports in this regard that he doesn’t.

“The president does not listen to anybody. He doesn’t care. You can write what you want to write. The president doesn’t care. Does he read,” the minister was heard saying.

The leaked audio while being the first solid indication of a crack within the ranks of the President’s men and a disconnect between the Presidency and, may confirm fears within the APC that the President would lose the 2019 General Elections. Although, it may also indicate the President’s resolve impose himself on Nigerians via military fiat and antidemocratic measures.

The recent appointment of the President’s niece Amina Zakari as Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC Presidential Election Collation Officer is believed to be part of a grand plan to the 2019 General Elections and subvert the will and wishes of Nigerians in spite of the abysmal performance of the APC across board in Nigeria.

 

 

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