The former Secretary to Akwa Ibom State Government Mr Umana Umana, who has a desire to dump to the All Progressive Congress (APC) has lashed out at the APC leader General Muhammadu Buhari, describing him as mentally unstable.
According to the Elombah, Umana who made his conclusion known over a release titled, “Buhari is too unstable to be President”, described APC leader as a savage whose favourite images for the nation which he wants to lead is always death, anarchy and destruction.
Mr Umana while defining Buhari as an tyrannical leader, said, “When Buhari became a military head of state on 31 December 1983, he told the world in his maiden press conference that he had a score to settle with the Nigerian media, which led to the subsequent arrest of numerous journalists in the country during his reign.’’
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The embattled former Secretary to Akwa Ibom State Government continued in the media release recognized by his Press Secretary Iboro Otongaran that, “the combative general is not just vindictive; he also loves to throw mud around, calling everyone else corrupt and incompetent.’’
He pointing APC leader as religious fanatic. Mr. Umana said Buhari once called on Muslims to vote for only Muslims in the country, and added that, “Buhari rejected the national identity card project, arguing that it was not in the interest of the North.”
Umana discharged Buhari as neither patriotic nor competent. He accused the retired General of involvement in the on-going Boko Haram saga in Nigeria.
Meanwhile some analysts believe that Umana’s arrival at APC is simply to fulfil his egoistic desire of governing Akwa Ibom State, and since he had no respects for the PDP, he simply does not owe any leader in APC any sense of gratitude.
Umana is due to previously announce is defected to the APC this Thursday at a ceremony in Asan Ibibio, and billed for attendance is Gen Buhari, Senator Bola Tinubu, Governors Fashola and Oshiomhole among others.
General Buhari who is a Presidential Candidate under the platform of APC had already contested twice for the Presidential position but lost on both occasions.