Nobel Prize winner Wole Soyinka believes that the All Progressives Party’s presidential candidate, General Muhammad Buhari, is second only to the late Sani Abacha in terms of brutality.
”I didn’t exactly call him a devil, but of course I talked about dinning with the devil with a very long spoon, but he (Buhari), I didn’t even want to dine with him at all,” Soyinka said on BBC World when asked about comments referring to Buhari as a brutal devil.
”After Abacha, he represented the most brutal face of military dictatorship, there’s no question at all about that. I’ve got to the point whereby I look at the possibility of a genuine internal transformation with some individuals. I have been disappointed before, and we must always be ready to be disappointed again.”