Jonathan’s The Easiest President To Unseat’

Governor of Kano State and a presidential
aspirant of the All Progressives Congress,
Engr. Rabiu Kwankwaso on Wednesday, said
President Goodluck Jonathan is the easiest
president to unseat.
Speaking in an interview with journalists in
Ilorin, the Kwara State capital after his
arrival for the Progressives Governors’ Forum
meeting, Kwankwaso stated that the country
is not being well governed.
He said insecurity, corruption, religious and
ethnic cleavages had taken centre stage in
Nigerian politics.
The governor said Nigeria needs good
leadership at all levels of government.
He added that it is necessary to have in
2015 a leader who will instill discipline and
demonstrate the capacity to effect
needed changes in the polity and national
governance.
Kwankwaso also said he was not intimidated
by other APC presidential aspirants such as
a former Head of State, Maj. Gen.
Muhammadu Buhari (retd) and former Vice
President, Alhaji Atiku Abubabakar.
He expressed confidence that the APC will
defeat the ruling Peoples Democratic Party
in the February polls.
Kwankwaso said, “Jonathan is the easiest
president to unseat. Many people are not
happy. There is pervading poverty in the land
and insecurity is another factor.
“As I speak with you some people are on the
hills, in the forest, under mountains taking
refuge; they are internally displaced.
On Monday we sent six trucks of relief
materials to our people in refuge camps in
Niger Republic.
“Unfortunately we have leaders in this
country who have divided the county along
religious and ethnic lines. All other countries
are making progress but here we are being
fed with statistics that cannot be verified. I
think Jonathan should be happy if we unseat
him because it will help him to go and rest.
“Change is possible once you get the right
agent of change. What has happened in Kano
state for instance has never happened and
what made it possible was that the people
had a new governor in 2011; it was that
simple. We need people who are disciplined
in Nigeria; people who mean what they say
and stick to it”, raves over this.
“But in any case I have said it before that
PDP will rule for only 16 years and that 16
years will lapse by May 2015. They will pack
out by 2015 and that is it”.

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