Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo says President Muhammadu Buhari is evil and incompetent and cannot take the country to the promised land.
According to him, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar is not a saint or the Messiah Nigerians are expecting but he’s a better option to an evil incarnate.
Mr Obasanjo escalated his criticisms of Buhari in a BBC interview late last month.
Nigerians, who were expected to cast their votes last Saturday to choose a President and elect a new National Assembly were shocked when the polls were postponed on election day.
The presidential and National Assembly elections would now take place on Saturday February 23, 2019, while the governorship, state house of assembly and other elections would take place on March 9.
The Independent National Electoral Commission said it postponed the elections to address operational issues.
But the postponement was greeted with criticisms and calls for the resignation of the electoral body chair.
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