EXPOSED: Saraki, Dogara In Anti-Buhari Secret Meeting At France Over 2019; Obasanjo, Atiku, Fashola, Kayode's Names Filter
The President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki and the House of Representatives Speaker, Honourable Yakubu Dogara allegedly held a secret meeting in France to perfect plan on how to decimate President Muhammadu Buhari to ensure his ouster in 2019, a Nigerian in the diaspora, Bamidele Ademola-Olateju has revealed.

Though unconfirmed, but according to the Ademola-Olateju, who revealed the alleged secret meeting from the United States, other prominent figures named in connection with alleged 'civilian coup' against President Buhari are former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, the Minister of Work, Power and House, Babatunde Raji Fashola; Kaduna State Governor, Malam Nasir El-Rufai, the Minister of Solid Minerals, Mr. Kayode Fayemi.

Explaining how the secret meeting was eventually held between Saraki, Dogara and Atiku but in absentia, Ademola-Olateju posted on her facebook timeline;

"The Saraki and Dogara Meeting In France"
"The information filtered in immediately Dogara got to London. I was told he will be meeting with Atiku and they were up to no good. My laser was focused on Atiku and word got to me that he was in Dubai at the time." 
"Sources in the Gulf States were contacted and they confirmed his stay. We kept tabs on him. He stayed in Dubai and did not leave. Dogara went to Dorchester Hotel to meet the Zamfara governor. While we were on Atiku watch, Saraki crept into Paris and he met with Dogara. I was alerted but it was too late to deploy." 
"Dogara did not alert the embassy. They wanted their clandestine meeting under wraps but hey, we will always know." 
Here is the plan:

  • Buhari must NOT have a second term"
  • An Atiku/Fayemi ticket,
  • An El-Rufai/Fashola ticket
  • Destruction of Magu 
  • Attacks must begin on Obasanjo from their new and social media platforms
  • Deliberate sabotage from within to make Buhari unelectable
"The battle for 2019 is here. Buhari can only blame himself. (More on this some day). When the tree you want to lean on is full of thorns, you know you are on your own. Bamidele! Is this war worth going into? Is it worth fighting? Can you and other patriots have the Nigeria you desire? These questions plaques my mind at every turn."
"I am confused, I am worried but I am resolute this morning. Even if it means that this generation of fighters can only plant the seed. We will plant the seed. I have adopted the slogan of my daughter's school. LEAD THE WAY!" she concluded

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