MKO Abiola Not Officially Declared Winner, Not Sworn In, Buhari Cannot Declared Him Ex-President, Agoro Chides Buhari

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Late Chief MKO Abiola

As a result of not officially declared Chief MKO Abiola as the winner of June 12th, 1993 Presidential election widely accepted to be the most free and fair election in the history of Nigeria and widely accepted to be won by this late business mogul, the National Chairman of National Action Council (NAC), Dr. Olapade Agoro has on Saturday declared that President Muhammodu Buhari cannot declared him as ex-President. 

 

 As a result of these reasons, Agoro declared that it would be wrong and amount to legality of illegal act for President Muhammadu Buhari to declare him as Ex-President of Federal Republic of Nigeria. 

 

It could be recalled that during the week President Buhari  announced his plan to declare Abiola as Ex-President and honour him with  GCFR, the highest honour in the country.

 

But, the NAC Presidential candidate in 2011 and 2015 elections in a statement sent to Journalists on Saturday while reacting to the decision of President Muhammadu Buhari declaring  the late business mogul as Ex-President and honour him with the highest national honour in the land, GCFR, recalled with nostalgia that the June 12th 1993 election “ended inconclusively and with no actual declaration of winner”, hence it will be wrong for Buhari to declare Abiola as Ex-President of Nigeria. 

 

According to him, “The fact and reality of the matter must be faced by all of us, hate it or like it, pure and simple, the June 12th Presidential election ended inconclusively and with no actual declared winner”.            

                                                                                                  

He stressed that since MKO Abiola was not declared as the winner of the election and not sworn into office as President and Commander-In-Chief of Federal Republic of Nigeria, it is illegal for Buhari to declare him as Ex-President. 

 

“M.K.O. Abiola was not officially declared as the winner of the June 12 election and was therefore not officially sworn into office as President and Commander-In-Chief of Federal Republic of Nigeria.

 

 “The honour done to award him the GCFR title was no doubt in recognition of the highest price MKO Abiola paid by laying down his precious life for the cause of democracy in Nigeria. 

 

“It will therefore be stupid for anybody or group of people to be lured into the game of deceivers aimed at catching the South West peoples’ vote.

 

 “That the Senate wants MKO Abiola declared as Ex- President must be seen an euphoria of the moment”.   

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