Assistant on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie, on Sunday alleged that some
members of the political elite in Nigeria travelled to Niger Republic
and India among other countries to hire marabouts to ensure the
also engaged pastors and bishops to pray for the President’s death and
that the religious leaders resorted to attacking Buhari when he did not
die despite their prayers.
out in his first three shots at the Presidency and now they wanted him
dead after he got his victory at the 2015 presidential election with the
support of the card readers introduced by the Independent National
election, when it was obvious that Buhari would win, the politicians
“scammed” former President Goodluck Jonathan to postpone the election so
that they could further empty the treasury.
some members of the political elite in Nigeria do not want to see
President Muhammadu Buhari in power. They rigged him out of elections in
the past and now that Nigerians overpowered them with the support of
the card reader, they want him dead.
electorates had their eyes set on him, they scammed President Jonathan
to postpone the election and to further empty the Nigerian treasury so
they could ‘buy’ more electorates.
to be bought so they pocketed the campaign loot. Those who took part in
the scamming of ex-President Jonathan, are being asked to cough up and
the junkiest of them all, is cursing and swearing because he is being
were cooked. They tried to cover up their financial wickedness and
recklessness against this nation. They hired some school dropouts,
products of their 16 years of mis-governance across the nation, to try
to disrupt the nation.
and all shades of media outfits to unleash a coordinated attack on his
government. Bravely, he soldiers on.
Republic, India, etc. and in vain, they engaged the services of
marabouts and soothsayers (mere men), to their own disappointments.
unholy services were engaged to pray for his death, resorted to
attacking him once they have prayed and he did not die.”
politicians had been announcing the President’s death on cloned
websites, therefore raising exaggerated concerns about his health.