Obasanjo's Book Out Despite Court Order

Obasanjo's Book Out Despite Court Order

 After much anticipation from the public, former president Olusegun Obasanjo's autobiography is out according to Sahara reporters.

The book named "My Watch" chronicles the life of Chief Obasanjo from birth till this year. In the book, Obasanjo devoted significant pages to President Goodluck Jonathan actions and in-actions as Nigeria's president, where he took the current Nigerian leader to the cleaners, calling him several names like selfish, weak-willed, callous and incapable, accusing the president of failing to rise to the challenges of running a complex country like Nigeria. Obasanjo also accused Jonathan of surrounding himself with aides and political associates with corrupt tendencies.

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He opined that the President  has destroyed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and left Nigeria in dire conditions.

Obasanjo also highlighted on the several policy somersaults  of  Jonathan's administration as well as the president's actions that he claimed has stunted the country's progress.

Mr. Obasanjo’s book also took a swipe at Jonathan's former boss and predecessor, Late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, former Vice President Abubakar Atiku, former Governor James Ibori of Delta State and scion of the Saraki family, Senator Bukola Saraki, and his other political foes.

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It will be recalled that a chieftain of the PDP in Obasanjo's home-state of Ogun, Prince Buruji Kashamu recently went to court to stop the former president from publishing the autobiography.

Source: Legit.ng

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