Governor Fayose of Ekiti yesterday again has said the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari travelled to London during the week for the sole purpose of receiving medical treatment. Fayose who spoke through his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, challenged the presidential candidate to come out and swear by the Holy Quran if he did not travel to London for a medical treatment. He also said he predicted his coming back as the Governor of Ekiti and it came to pass, and he knows for sure that Buhari cannot rule Nigeria again, likening himself to prophet Elijah in the bible who could see visions.
“I wish they can see spiritually what I am talking about that Buhari, despite the hullabaloo will never be president. I predicted my return as Ekiti State governor and I am saying it again that Buhari will never rule Nigeria again.
“After President Goodluck Jonathan, there will be a young element in his late 50s from the North that will be Nigerian president. I want to liken this revelation to the story of Elijah and Elisha. I am the Elijah while my followers are Elisha.”
“I owe it a duty to Nigeria and its people to expose the antics of the APC cabal whose only interest is to seize power to further selfish interests.
“Without doubt, it is obvious that members of this cabal in the APC is trying so hard to deceive Nigerians on Buhari’s health status. That is the reason they have been using photoshop pictures to defend their lies on Buhari’s UK trip.
“First, they used a March 5, 2013 picture, claiming that Buhari was taking a walk in London on Thursday. Later they came up with another poorly cropped picture of Buhari with former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
“The same people who lied in September 2012 that they received a gold card invitation to attend the Democratic National Convention in the United States of America are behind the dressing of Buhari in the garment of lies and I challenge Buhari to swear by the Holy Quran that he did not visit hospital in the United Kingdom last week,” he said.