Buhari ‘ll regret his life after leaving office – Senator Shehu Sani

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Senator Shehu Sani said President Muhammadu Buhari would be full of regrets after serving his last term in office and retires home.

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Sani, the former chieftain of the All Progressive Congress, APC, now in the People’s Redemption Party made this assertion in an interview with Punchng.com where he enjoined Buhari to be wary of the activities of those lavishing him with praises saying they would turn tear into him after leaving office.

The eight national assembly senator told the paper: “Some people are calling themselves Buharists now, but why were they not calling themselves Buharists when the man did not win in 2003, 2007 and 2011? Buharists gave themselves the title because the man is in power. Once Buhari is out of power, they will drop him and find a new master. Today, where are those who said they could die for Obasanjo?  Where are those who said they could die for Umaru Yar’Adua?  Where are those who said they could die for Jonathan? All of them have withdrawn to their shells. It is sad when I read interviews of people like Buba Galadima, who stood by Buhari when he was treated as a leper by those who are today parading themselves as his supporters. Most of those who are parading themselves as Buhari’s supporters were those who worked against him in the past. They are with him now because he is in power and also has the magic to help them to be in power. My position is that President Buhari should leave a legacy of respect for fundamental rights. By the time he retires to his home in Daura, or in Kaduna, he would come to regret in his life that most of those singing his praises while he was in office, were actually his real enemies.”

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