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Afenifere leader, Adebanjo disagrees on 2023 elections

Pa Ayo Adebanjo, the leader of Pan-Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere, has said he does not believe in the forthcoming 2023 general elections because of the worsening security situations in the country.

Adebanjo disclosed this to Punch, while discussing what kind of characteristics the next Nigerian President should possess, he said, “I don’t believe in 2023, so don’t waste your time. I don’t believe under the present insecurity situation in the country, killings here, kidnappings there, raping there, we can have an election.”

Scores of police stations and offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission have been burnt in the last couple of months by rampaging hoodlums who attack government structures, especially in Southern Nigeria, where the agitation for secession has been the loudest of recent.

‘Tinubu, Osinbajo, Osoba, Akande promised restructuring in 2015 but made a U-turn’

The Afenifere leader also lamented that some All Progressives Congress leaders including Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo; Bola Tinubu, Bisi Akande, Olusegun Osoba, amongst others, promised restructuring during the 2015 electioneering but reneged on their promises after the election of Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd) as President.

He said, “Even those who came into office advocating federalism like Osinbajo, Tinubu, Osoba, Akande. You remember how they came into office under restructuring, they now say restructuring is not their priority.

“Osinbajo is now telling us that there are many things to restructuring, which one are they talking of. The restructuring they put in the manifesto of APC, which one is that? The restructuring el-Rufai recommended in 2018, which one is that?

“The restructuring Buhari agreed with (Tunde) Bakare and he contested election with him in 2011, which one is that? Bakare still says it loud and clear that it is restructuring I agreed with you before I contested election with you.”

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