Benin City - The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal and the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have asked President Goodluck Jonathan to start preparing his handing over notes as he would be defeated in the 2015 presidential election, reports NewsDay.
They both spoke in Benin City on Wednesday at the sixth anniversary of the Governor Adams Oshiomhole administration.
Tambuwal took a swipe at President Jonathan for running a cabal government at the detriment of majority of Nigerians.
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Urging Nigerians to be ready to vote out the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2015 elections, Tambuwal said it has been proven that the PDP could not provide good governance.
He described some of those clamouring for Jonathan’s re-election as debtors , who are soliciting for votes for him to avoid prosecution.
On his part, Tinubu insisted on his call for Jonathan to resign to save himself from disgrace because the APC would sweep him out of office in the 2015 presidential poll.
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