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Oshiomhole Says He Would Have Arrested Obasanjo

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Olusegun Obasanjo (center) throughout a ebook launch/ Twitter

Former Governor of Edo State Adams Oshiomhole has stated that he would have arrested and prosecuted ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo if he have been president.

He made this identified on Tuesday when receiving extra endorsement from stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the place of National Chairman.

Speaking at an occasion to honour MKO Abiola, the previous Edo governor urged Buhari to analyze and jail Obasanjo, whether it is confirmed he stole public funds.

Oshiomhole mentioned: “He ought to be arrested if he has dedicated any offence. He arrested many people. So, if we’re celebrating Chief Gani Fawehinmi, we’ve got compelling causes to take action. In all of those, we didn’t pay any cash to Gani or Falana. They defended us professional bono.

“Gani isn’t right here at present, however his spirit is right here. Falana is right here and at present, I’m standing. Even the president who was in cost then, he’s now complaining that they wish to harass him. He was harassing me and he bought me arrested.

“He thought he himself wouldn’t be arrested? If I have been the president I might arrest him. We are all Nigerians. I keep in mind at some point I instructed him, I mentioned ‘President Obasanjo, we made you president. You didn’t make me a Nigerian.

“You are our creation; I am not your creation. You must listen’. But he thought he would be in power forever and he tried to take us on the way to Zimbabwe. He was a reluctant Head of State, became president for two terms and he wanted to do a third term because a cockroach licking palm oil would never lick enough.”

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