'Threats Cannot Make Me Abandon Clamour For Better Nigeria' - Obasanjo
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo wants you to know that he is not the type to entertain fear in the face of threats.
Baba Iyabo says no amount of intimidation will make him abandon his clamour for a better Nigeria.
He said this on Sunday while receiving a former governor of Sokoto State, Attahiru Bafarawa, who came to consult the former president on his (Bafarawa’s) presidential ambition.
Bafarawa came with members of his campaign organisation and political associates.
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Obasanjo, who noted that no right-thinking Nigerian would be satisfied with the situation in the country, said he had made sacrifices for the nation, fighting to defend the country during the civil war and even being sent to jail over a phantom coup allegation.
He said he would continue to make sacrifices.
The former president appears to be getting used to threats, as he said he had been threatened and intimidated because of his conviction for a better Nigeria, but he said they had all amounted to nothing.
He called on Bafarawa, who is one of the presidential aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, to pursue his dream of making Nigeria better if elected president in 2019.
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