Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose says there will be crisis in the Southern Part of the country if All Progressives Congress –APC- Presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari wins the February 14 election.
According to a statement by Fayose, APC’s to form a parallel government if President Jonathan is declared winner of the elections is a recipe for chaos.
He said: “The APC people are already telling Nigerians what will happen after the election if President Jonathan wins.
“This campaign of hate from the APC has now triggered a kind of reasoning in the mindset of other stakeholders, especially the Niger-Delta people, who see the Goodluck Jonathan presidency as their turn, with the reality that, if Buhari wins, there will be crisis in the Niger-Delta, the area that produces the resources with which Nigeria is sustained.
“If the Niger-Delta region erupts in crisis and the Igbos in the South-East return to the old antics and decide to secede, what happens to the North that can only contribute between three to five per cent to the economy of Nigeria?
Fayose, who described Gen. Buhari as an “Islamist who is out to return power to the northerners and implement Islamic agenda,” warned that there might war after the next month’s elections
“The reality is, if care is not taken, the end of the election might be secession or religious war, aside from the global economic crisis, which is a cold war on its own.” The statement read.