The Kano state Governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has said that the tools of sentiments, tribalism and religion, being used by the Goodluck Jonathan government would not work for it in 2015.
Mr. Kwankwaso alleged that Mr. Jonathan thinks he can hold on to power in 2015 by exploiting the religious and tribal differences in Nigeria.
The governor said Nigerians, however, are ready to vote the Jonathan administration out.
Speaking to journalists on Monday, he said nobody apart from “the crooks in Abuja,” who are stealing Nigeria’s oil money are “enjoying” as suffering has become the order of the day.
‘Therefore, it is evidently clear that the days of Jonathan’s government are numbered,” Mr. Kwankaso said. “He should start preparing to pack his belongings back to his village, because Nigerians will no doubt sack them in 2015; no matter what they are using. From South to North people are highly disturbed by the situation in Nigeria.”
Speaking on the attacks on the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal, after he defected from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to the All Progressives Congress, APC, Mr. Kwankwaso said: “These people in Abuja are shameless. Whenever somebody defects to them, they celebrate even if it is on a day of fast. PDP has not seen anything yet, wait till 2015 they will see how they will be kicked out from office.”