Ribadu has no Vision at all if Jonathan has suppassed Ribadu’s vision for Nigeria- AfricanOrbit

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Here were his words on August 19th

“I’m a young man and age is still on my side. I will not allow anyone to trade with me for the second time. It was wrong for Gov. Kwankwaso to describe my decision to join the PDP as a betrayal, because I consulted widely. The truth is that the APC does not have what it takes to change Nigeria, and any ambition driven by grievance, bitterness and vendetta cannot be said to possess any element of change. And it is only a matter of time and Nigerians will know who truly loves them. I think the APC would have done well without the aggrieved PDP governors. With due respect to governor Amaechi, he is simply hungry for power and does not know how to go about it, except with money. I may not know how to become the President of Nigeria, but I know it’s never for the highest bidder and it’s never up for sale. It’s an undeniable fact that President Jonathan has done well for Nigeria in such a very short time, and I think he is the answer to the prayer of many Nigerians. I must not be President, but I have vowed to support anyone who shares the same vision I have for Nigeria. And take it from me, President Jonathan has surpassed my vision for Nigeria.”

 

Our comment

Ribadu should at least zip it if he does not know how to respond to his critics.


Ribadu has lost it. It seems the man has buccal cavity diarrhea and says whatever  comes to his lip without thorough assessment. If Jonathan indeed has surpassed his vision for Nigeria then Ribadu is in a permanent state of delusion and nothing good should be expected from his position as Adamawa governor. It means he has no vision at all .He has committed political hara-kiri and moral heresy within a span of two days. He is a flip flopper

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