by BOLADALE BAMIGBOLA
The Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation in Osun State, yesterday cautioned Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose against what it described as use of “uncultured language” against the personality of General Mohammadu Buhari.
The party said Fayose, in advertorial used words capable of undermining the unity of Nigeria and truncating the peace of the country.
It condemned in totality the advert in which Fayose paraded former northern heads of state that died in office with a question mark on Buhari’s picture, apparently doubting the longevity of Buhari if he emerges as the president of the country.
Chairman of the campaign group in the state, Senator Mudasiru Hussein, in a press statement issued on Monday, stated that it was ungodly for Fayose to be mocking the dead, who were military president from the northern part of the country, in the name of politics.
He added that it was sinful for Fayose to wish Buhari an untimely death because of politics, just as he condemned President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for supporting such provocative advert messages.
“The advert is a big slap on the northerners, the Muslims and Nigerians in general. I believe that a sane person would not be mocking the dead and wishing his fellow human being untimely death because of politics,” the statement said.
Fayose needs to apologise to Nigerians and specifically, the families of the former heads of state he paraded in the offensive adverts