PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan was, on Tuesday, told to forget the votes of the South-West, despite his repeated trips to the zone and the series of parleys he held with groups during such visits.
The Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation, which gave the sweeping verdict, said the president erred by thinking the votes of the South-West was for sale.
According to the coordinator of the organisation in Lagos State, Abiodun Faleke, people in the region would not vote for a president who had no record of ...
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Added March 24, 2015
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