‘Obasanjo’s coalition movement is dead on arrival’! Sowore speaks on 2019 election, says he will kick all of them out, some will go to jail

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The SaharaReporters Publisher, Omoyele Sowore, says the Coalition for Nigerian Movement (CNM), also known as ‘third force’ led by former President Olusegun Obasanjo, has nothing to offer as it was “dead on arrival.”

Sowore who is eying Presidential seat in 2019 also said all the ruling All Progressives Congress and Peoples Democratic Party will be kicked out of relevance, saying they are criminals and deceivers.

His words: “I don’t believe in Obasanjo,” he said. “His third force or third farce is DOA––dead on arrival. He knows it. We are kicking all of them out, you know, switching them into retirement. Some of them will go to jail, some of them will retire and some of them will go to court.”

He said his political party would be filled with people of like minds, with determination to rescue the country from the two dominant parties.

“It is gonna be the strongest political coalition of all time. Movement politics. The parties that are working together will come out and will kick out the behemoth of APC and PDP––the People Deceiving People and the people I like to call All Past Criminals.”

Mr. Sowore said money will fail the present government as it failed former President Goodluck Jonathan to secure re-election in 2015 despite huge amount he spent in the electioneering, saying “in 2014, Jonathan had the biggest war chest. They are revealing them now.

“They were distributing money to traditional rulers. Eventually Buhari won supposedly based on his integrity. He was the poorest person to have won the presidency.”

The publisher condemned President Muhammadu Buhari for his failure to publicly declare his assets as he promised during campaign, saying integrity and morality demands it when a co-guest and Minister of Communication, Adebayo Shittu, said declaring assets publicly is option.

“It is not law. It is morality. He’s bound on morality to remain transparent,” Sowore said.

Both the publisher and Shittu were guests on Fresh FM, Ibadan, and monitored by FELLOW PRESS’ correspondent

 

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