Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has alleged that members of the cabal in Aso Rock are in serious confusion as to whether to return President Muhammadu Buhari to the country with his current health travails or not.
In a statement obtained by Voice of Ndigbo, Fayose said the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the cabal are in a state of dilemma.
“The president has become a bad business for the cabal that imposed him on Nigerians,” he alleged.
The presidency was yet to react to this allegation at the time of this report, but Fayose insisted that Nigerians must be told the truth about the president’s state of health.
“I told Nigerians then that President Buhari was a black-market packaged by the APC cabal that was only interested in seizing power by whatever means and now, I have been vindicated,” he said in the statement issued on Monday, July 10 by his special assistant on public communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka.
“For a president who has spent 113 days abroad taking care of his health out of the 191 days in 2017, it is time for Section 144 of the 1999 constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to be invoked.
“President Buhari left Nigeria for London on May 7, 2017 and today is July 10, 2017, 64 clears days since Nigerians saw their president or heard anything from him.
“Even the President’s handlers are keeping Nigerians in the dark.
“Even though the number of days that a president can spend outside the country is not specified in the 1999 constitution (as amended), the makers of the laws of Nigeria envisaged this kind of situation and made provisions for how to resolve it in section 144.
“It has therefore become pertinent that the Federal Executive Council (FEC) must invoke section 144 of the 1999 constitution by passing a resolution declaring that President Buhari is incapable of discharging the functions of his office,” Fayose added.
As usual, the governor insisted he was not interested in President Buhari’s death, but added: “Freeing Nigeria from the hands of those who are presently holding the country to ransom should be the major concern of all well-meaning Nigerians.
“They are always quick to tell Nigerians that there is an acting president in person of Prof Yemi Osinbajo and as such, no vacuum government.
“However, we all know the limitations of the acting president.
“We know that there are so many things Prof Osinbajo cannot do and Nigerians are the ones bearing the consequences of a bedridden president.”
It was recently reported that Governor Ayodele Fayose insisted that he could become Nigeria’s president, but said he relies on God to attain this enviable feat.
Fayose, who reportedly spoke at the 13th convocation lecture of the Benson Idahosa University, Benin City, Edo state, described himself as the man to watch.