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Recession: ‘Buhari Cried In 2011’ Ahead Of The Pains We’re Facing Now – Jimoh Ibrahim




By Philips Sunday

Ondo, (AN24) – Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2016 Ondo state gubernatorial election, Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim has revealed why President Muhammadu Buhari cried in 2011 when he lost the Presidential election under the platform of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC).

Recall that President Buhari had contested the number one position in the country against the then Acting President, Goodluck Jonathan, a race in which Mr. Buhari polled 12,214,853 million votes to come second only to Mr. Jonathan who scored a whopping 22,495,187 million votes.

Displeased with the outcome of the poll, Mr. Buhari wept bitterly even as he promised to make the government ungovernable for the then President, Goodluck Jonathan.

However, reacting to President Buhari’s attitude then, billionaire businessman, Jimoh Ibrahim stated on Tuesday that Mr. Buhari wept then because he could foresee the current hardship that is currently rocking the country.

The businessman stressed that Nigerians misunderstood Buhari when he cried in 2011, adding that Mr. Buhari ‘ was actually crying for Nigerians ahead of the pain they’re going through now’.

Mr. Ibrahim who boasted on how he worked against the PDP during the 2016 governorship election in Ondo state, made this comment on  micro blogging site, Twitter.

According to him, “Nigerians misunderstood Buhari when he cried in 2011. He was actually crying for Nigerians ahead of the pain they’re going through now. Dayum”. Ibrahim tweeted.


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