No fewer than 1000 persons are said to have been placed on “political watch list” by Jonathan, in a attempt to achieve his political aspiration, according to the former Head of State.
The president, Obasanjo asserted, is secretively teaching snipers and other armed staff at the identical location the late Head-of-State, General Sani Abacha, “trained his own killers”.
In an 18-page note to the President, antiquated December 2 and titled: A letter of appeal to President Goodluck Jonathan: Before it is too late, Obasanjo suspect Jonathan of taking activities that are against the country’s best concerns.
“Nigeria is bleeding and that must stop,” Obasanjo composed in the note, which The Country learnt would have been more dangeruos but for an associate of his who softened the tone a bit.
He added that President Jonathan has failed to deliver on his pledges to arise corruption, and strengthen national harmony and security. Olusegun Obasanjo’s open letter
asserting that President Jonathan is very unbendable to win the 2015 presidential election at all cost, Obasanjo accused the leader of denying his purported pledge not to seek re-election.
Jonathan, Obasanjo asserted, has been damaging the fortunes of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in diverse state elections by secretly carrying other parties.
On the alleged murderers squad, the previous President composed:
“An Allegation of keeping over a 1000 individuals on political watch list rather than lawless person or security watch register and training snipers and other armed personnel furtively and clandestinely obtaining tools for fighting to match for political reasons like Abacha and teaching them where Abacha taught his own killers, if it is true, it will not augur well for the initiator, the government and the persons of Nigeria.
“Here again is the lessons of history to discover from any person who cares to discover from annals.
“Mr President would always recall that he was voted into office to maintain security for all Nigerians and defend them. And no one should prepare to murder or maim Nigerians for individual or political aspiration or interest of anybody,” the former president wrote.
citing a proverb, Obasanjo said Jonathan must have been wrongly suggested to go after his adversaries, alert that the penalties would be far coming to, capable of causing an uprising as occurred in Egypt