Buhari Is No Match For Jonathan, He’ll Be Defeated – Ex Anambra Gov “Ezeife”

Ahead of the 2015 presidential election, ex-Anambra State governor, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife, has said that Buhari, the leading aspirant on the platform of APC, is no match for President Goodluck Jonathan.
Ezeife said he was certain that the President would defeat Buhari in 2015 with a wider margin than he did in 2011 – if the retired general emerges the presidential candidate of the APC.
In his words, “Jonathan appears to be a tool in the hands of God. God does everything with a purpose and it doesn’t appear God has finished with Jonathan.
Others can contest for the Presidency, at least, that will make money to flow around to poor people.
There will be no change in Aso Rock after the 2015 presidential election.
“There will be no contest. Buhari is no match for Jonathan. This is a clear case…
“Look at how Ebola ended in Nigeria. They are still battling with it in America. Look at the level of development that is going on.
The man (Jonathan) always acts as if he doesn’t know what he is doing but he will be doing everything right.
“Now we are talking about ceasefire with Boko Haram.
Those who said they would make Nigeria ungovernable have failed.
Nigeria is still governable and Jonathan is governing it.”
Ezeife, who spoke to PUNCH, added that none of the presidential aspirants on the platform of the APC can defeat the President in 2015, and added that Jonathan had divine backing.
Jonathan has already been adopted as the presidential candidate of the PDP while Buhari, who was the first runner-up in the 2011 presidential election, is the top contender for the APC’s presidential ticket.

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