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- Published on Monday, 23 April 2012 17:12
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Unless the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) takes the path of social justice and stopped the stealing of public funds, meant to provide infrastructure for the teeming poor, there will be a revolution in Nigeria in the years ahead, former Head of State and presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) in the 2011 general elections, General Muhammadu Buhari, has said.
According to the former Head of State, “We know that we have been rigged out in the last election; nothing can happen unless there is justice. The PDP and its leadership don’t accept social justice. If there is no social justice, in a question of time, there will be revolution in one form or the other.”
He recalled that after the last general election, “We went as far as to the Supreme Court, but after that, what happened in Kogi, Adamawa and Sokoto States and the bye-elections?
“We believe that the PDP leadership is not prepared for real democracy and social justice. And I hope they will be strong enough to go through with the consequences of their injustice.
“I want to speak of what happened in Igabi constituency; members of CPC in Kaduna State, the elected members of CPC in the Senate and House of Representatives were all there to educate people in Igabi and make sure that there was free and fair election and the CPC won.”