Olagunsoye Oyinlola who was the former governor of Oyo state has come up to said that Obasanjo warned them not to support President Buhari during his campaign for the presidency. But he did not mention whether it was in Buhari's first or second campaign.
The former military administrator made this statement during an interview on BBC Yoruba, saying that he was surprised that the president has not made any move towards restructuring the country.
According to his speech, he said:" I couldn't believe what am seeing in Buhari administration especially on security matters, because during his campaign, he promised the people of Nigeria that he would put an end to terrorism and other security challenges facing the country, but unfortunately he has failed to keep his promises."
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