Sunday, December 28, 2014

2015, Witches And Wizard in Nigeria Endorse GEJ, PDP.

This is funny and serious at the same time.

As Nigerians, both home and abroad,
continue to wait anxiously for the 2015
general elections, the Witches & Wizards
Association of Nigeria (WITZAN) has
predicted what would happen after the
polls.

According to a communique signed by Dr
Okhue Iboi, President WITZAN, the All
Progressives Congress National Leader,
Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, will be betrayed in
2015 by his close aides.

"Tinubu will be betrayed. He will be sold
out by those he trusted. This betrayal will
affect his political empire. Tinubu's political
dynasty is under threat of crumbling.

"Tinubu is a good man, but the bitter truth
he must swallow today is that APC is going
nowhere. Many top notchers of PDP that are
in APC now will go back to PDP. Witches
said so in November last year and it
happened.

"I'm telling the whole world again today
that many former PDP leaders that are now
in APC will betray Tinubu and other APC
leaders, they will go back to PDP this year,
and before 2015 general elections," the
communique read.

Commenting on why they decided to hold
the meeting, Iboi said the association had a
meeting following a distress call by witches
in Yobe, Adamawa and Borno.

He added that the issue of Boko Haram
insurgency was the highlight of their
discussions.

"Jonathan will win re-election. Although
there will be pockets of violence, Jonathan
will win.

"I will also have to appeal to Buhari and
Tinubu, they should not waste their money,
time and energy on the poll. They should
go home and rest. They should forget about
becoming President or Vice President of
Nigeria. APC will still lose more governors to
PDP before this year runs out," Iboi said.

Source:Naij.com

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