“I have told the chairman that I was in the PDP before but not now. ‘God forbid, when dog vomits, it will go back to eat its vomit, no.’

“I have said no partisan politics for me again, but Nigeria is my passion until death do us a part. And anything that concerns Nigeria, the good of Nigeria, you’ll see my involvement".

A former President, Olusegun Obasanjo made his position known to journalists after he held a meeting with the National Caretaker Chairman of the party, Ahmed Makarfi, behind closed doors on Tuesday.

The meeting, held at the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library, Abeokuta, lasted for one hour.

The former President emerged from the meeting prevailing on his guest (Makarfi) not to talk to the press.

He rather preferred to do the talking which he did in both pidgin and standard English language.

Obasanjo described Makarfi as a friend and a colleague, stressing that while he (Makarfi) was a state governor, he was the president of the country.

He said the current democracy in the country needs a strong party in government and a strong party in the opposition to curb impunity.


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