Dele Momodu Criticises APC Govt, Says Buhari’s Administrative Style Horrible

 Dele Momodu, the renowned journalist and politician, has criticised the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, saying his administrative style is horrible.

Momodu made his thoughts about the current government known in a piece he published on Facebook.

The publisher of Ovation Magazine accused Buhari’s administration of dividing the nation and lacking winning strategies against disturbing insecurity issues.

The post partly read: “My opposition to BUHARI today is nothing personal. He is likeable when you meet him but his administrative style is horrible.

“His government has taken Nigeria back to the Stone Age. We have never been this divided. The economy is wobbly while insecurity is at its worst ever in supposed peacetime.

“Realistically, PDP is the only practical political tool within which a serious opposition can hope to sack the APC behemoth and send them back to wherever they came from.”

The former Presidential candidate also revealed his philosophy of politics and how he started active politics in 1982.

“MY SIMPLE PHILOSOPHY OF POLITICS… I started active politics in 1982 just before my final papers in Yoruba studies at the University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University.

“As a poor student, I used my talents in languages to make some money by writing and translating campaign leaflets. I started meeting the political juggernauts and soon became the Private Secretary to then Deputy Governor of Ondo State but I was never a member of any political party.

“I was only a technocrat hoping to help individual candidates. This was how I cut my teeth in politics. Fast forward. I would later work for CHIEF MOSHOOD ABIOLA (1993), CHIEF OLU FALAE (1999), MAJOR GENERAL MUHAMMADU BUHARI (2015), ALHAJI ATIKU ABUBAKAR (2019), all on the principle of supporting underdogs, except CHIEF MOSHOOD ABIOLA, who was my adopted father.

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“It was easier to follow government candidates and make easy money but that was never my motive.”


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