FA: Mr. General Sir, how long will it take you as president to bring back our girls? GMB: We have all this while ensured their safety, so we will bring them back unfailingly in the first week of my administration. FA: What if the Boko Haram change their mind and refuse to give them back? GMB: I am a general. I will personally take generators to Sambisa, light up the forest and locate the girls. FA: How do you propose to do this, Sir? GMB: Mind your business! It is top secret.
FA: Why did you go for the last Council of State meeting, Sir? For a long time, you have refused to attend. GMB: I will soon be living in Aso Rock. I wanted to familiarize myself with my new home for the next eight years.
FA: What do you think of the postponement of the elections? GMB: The election postponement was a military coup by President Jonathan and his agents. Coup-plotters should not be elected as president of democratic Nigeria. FA: But Mr. General Sir, you yourself were a coup-plotter in 1984. You overthrew a democratic government. Nigerians remember you as the tyrant who terrorized their lives then. Why should we vote for you now?Add a comment