FORMER NIGERIAN LEADERS URGE BUHARI NOT TO SEEK 2ND TERM

LAGOS- President Muhamadu Buhari announced earlier this week his intention to run for a second term will hear later this week the reaction of his Commonwealth colleagues on his decision to run for a second term in office.

With an election in Nigeria expected to be held next year, former Nigerian leaders have urged Buhari not to seek a second term in office.

One of them Ibrahim Babangida a former military leader called for the ailing 75-year-old an analogue president in the digital age.

Olusegun Obasanjo former president of Nigeria said Buhari’s age and poor health should disqualify him from running again.

Buhari last year toke almost half the year to get treated of an illness and visited Britain three times for medical treatment.

The president is expected to visit Great Britain this weekend, with a schedule meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May, including attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.

Photo Credit- EWN

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