Dankwanbo Holds Closed-door Meeting with OBJ

Governor of Gombe State, Ibrahim Dankwanbo

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Dankwanbo Holds Closed-door Meeting with OBJ

The Governor of Gombe State, Ibrahim Dankwanbo, on Tuesday, held a closed-door meeting with a former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, in his Abeokuta penthouse presidential residence within the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential library complex.

Governor of Gombe State, Ibrahim Dankwanbo

The meeting lasted for about one hour.

Dankwanbo, decked in white babanriga who emerged from the meeting at exactly 2 pm, didn’t disclose what he discussed with his host when journalists accosted him.

Dankwanbo, who is one of the presidential hopefuls in the PDP, had obviously gone to discuss his ambition with the former president, barely 24 hours after the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, also visited Obasanjo.

However, the governor later held a meeting with a faction of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ogun State loyal to a member of the House of Representatives representing Remo Federal Constituency, Oladipupo Adebutu, at a hotel located at the Kuto area in the capital city.

Dankwanbo, while addressing state party executives and leaders which include the State Chairman,  Sikirulahi Ogundele; a former Deputy Governor, Salmot Badru; and a former Board Chairman, Ogun-Osun River Basin Development Authority,  Mrs Iyabo Apampa, among others, noted that Nigerians were in a hurry for a change in 2015 but they never bothered to ask what manner of change the person (President Muhammadu Buhari) was bringing.

He lamented the high rate of poverty, maternal mortality and insecurity, which he said had pervaded the entire country.

Making a veiled reference to Buhari’s administration, he said, “In 2015, they came with the rhetoric of change. Nigerians never bothered to ask for the type of change they were bringing. We were in hurry and never asked how he wanted to change Nigeria from negative to positive.

“Nigerians never asked if he was qualified to make the change. I do not have to bother you that today, poverty is increasing, maternal mortality is increasing, the insurgency is being witnessed not only in the North-East but all over the country.”

He, however, pledged to ensure the desired change if he was elected as the president in 2019. Dankwanbo, who said he had the requisite experience to take Nigeria to the Promised Land, added that he had developed an economic blueprint to be implemented if he became the president.

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