Former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar has said that President Goodluck Jonathan is not competent to rule Nigeria even as he said the President lacks potential ability to manipulate his administration.
The former Vice-President stated this in Gombe when he visited the state in order to canvass delegates from North- East zone against APC presidential primaries scheduled to take place next month.
According to Atiku, the ruling party (PDP) had frustrated the effort of Nigerians, which he said, we can no longer fold our hands and allow to happen, rather than to defend ourselves by coming out en-mass and ensure that the present administration do not have a hiding place in the forth coming general elections.
He said his intension to vied for the Presidential seat under the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC) was to ensure that every Nigerian have sense of belonging in the society, noting the issue of insecurity would be a thing of the past if given the mandate in 2015 general elections.
“I must say that the present administration had fail Nigeria, and there is urgent need to be done if not we would continue to faced problems even as he said President Jonathan is not ready to put insecurity a halt in the country”.
He called on Nigerians to elect credible leaders that would bring joy to the faces of citizens, adding that time has come for us think positive to enable us achieve our goal than to allowed mischief makers to frustrate us, so there need for electorates to come out en-mass and vote All Progressives Congress (APC) for change in 2015 elections.
Speaking further, Atiku described the current situation of insecurity in the North East as deliberate act in order to weaken the activities of the zone so that the zone would not partake in the coming general elections that schedule to take place in 2015.
He enjoined the electorates from the North- East zone to ensure that their votes are counted in order not to give mischief makers chance to overrun the affairs of the people if given them the chance to rule again in 2015 elections.