With less than 16 days to the commencement of the 2015 general elections, fixed for March 28 and April 11 respectively, former Minister of State for Education, Kenneth Gbagi have yesterday accused the ministers, heads of Parastatals and aides of President Goodluck Jonathan of leaving the campaigns for the President alone to handle, even as he said that only God would help the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP to win the election. Vanguard report.
In an interview with Vanguard, at his Asokoro residence, Gbagi also alleged that governors of the PDP that cut across the country were not working in tandem with President Jonathan, just as he urged the ruling party to desist from personal attack on the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Muhammadu Buhari, retd and face issue-based campaigns if the PDP must win the polls.
He said, “The governors as it were are not with Mr President, I repeat, the supposed governors are not with Mr President. You read a scoop two days ago that seven governors defecting. Even if they don’t physically defect, their body language and instructions to their followers are different from what we are seeing in the media.
We need to move drastically and quickly so that we do not have a situation where we are seated and we are captured. Governors across Nigeria are not with the President.”
Gbagi disclosed further that: “What I am saying is that God is a God of miracle, He can do miracle.”