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TINUBU's top aide laments 'State of the Nation, regrets role for bringing BUHARI, wants JONATHAN back to power
  One of the top aides of the National Leader of Nigeria's governing party the ruling All Progressives Congress, has pleaded with Nigerians forgiveness for the role he joined other to play by foisting President Muhammadu Buhari on Nigeria and Nigerians.
Chief  DELE MOMODU made this disclosure in a piece headlined 'The second coming of Goodluck Jonathan' citing many instances why the former President would win again and again if he contests the highest office in the land.
He attributed this to Jonathan's rising profile both at home and abroad so much so that many Nigerian want a return of the Jonathan days since the Buhari-led administration has woefully failed the country.
Dele Momodu said no one should rule out the possibility of Jonathan winning 2019 presidential election if he decides to slug it out with Buhari under the existing circumstances.
he said he said it before about two months ago and he has found it absolutely necessary to say it again in the course of the nation's history.
Below is an extract culled from his piece:
''This now brings me back home. I have been reading about the rising profile of our former President, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, and wish to state without equivocation that no one should rule him out of the 2019 presidential race. I first hinted this possibility about two months ago and wish to reiterate that Nigerians should prepare for the shock that awaits us. The story of Donald Trump should bring us back to our senses. Nothing is impossible. The second coming of Goodluck Jonathan may be so far-fetched or even belong in those categories of impossibilities but I wish to plead with our government and my fellow citizens not to rule it out. As one of those who made our modest and humble contributions to the coming of this Buhari government, I’m pleading with trepidation.

Jonathan’s popularity is rising not because of anything he has done to atone the sins that must have led to his waterloo but as a result of what our change government has failed or refused to do. The obsession of our government with going all out after Jonathan is the main reason the Otuoke man is beginning to smell like roses after the odoriferous position he landed himself last week. Only if our government had succeeded in maintaining the economy it met, Nigerians would have been ready to enter fire with Buhari. But there are just too many unresolved problems and challenges. The excuses that Jonathan and company left this peculiar mess behind has refused to fly. The groans might not be loud enough to reverberate all the way to the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, as of now, but trust me it may become deafening, sooner than later. I do not care if men and women of power dismiss my submission with a wave of the hand but they should mark my word, there is a thickening conspiracy in the clouds. It would be a shame if we inadvertently play into the hands of those hovering and ready to pounce on Buhari.
I read about “persecution complex” long ago and I understand how it works. If you beat your own child so ruthlessly as if you want to kill him, the tilt of public opinion would always go against you. Many would wonder why you want to kill your own child. In our anger, let us pick our fights. There is too much tension in the land. I would be delighted if anyone could educate and convince me that Nigeria has gained much more than we’ve lost to this war of attrition. If we haven’t, we may need to retrace our steps urgently.
The BBC reported on Friday how Jonathan caused a stir in Sokoto State during his visit to the state to pay his respects to Ibrahim Dasuki, the late former Sultan of Sokoto. According to the report, Jonathan was received by a large crowd of admirers, some holding banners bearing the words “Come Back Baba Jonathan”. The same voices that chanted “Sai Baba” and “Jonathan Must Go” are now fiddling with the tunes of the possibility of a Jonathan to stage a comeback. Here lies the irony of political triumph and the paradox of high expectations.''

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  1. Dele Momodu must be a sinking soul or a Dog who vomit and turn around to eat is vomit.A man,together with his likes,who became the biblical Pirate who refused to see anything good in our Lord Jesus Christ,thereby paved the way for his crucification. What make Dele suddenly began to preach this gospel of the second coming of a man (GoodLuck Johnathan)whom himself and his tribes men see's as clueless and incompetence? Why would incompetence and clueless man suddenly become a hero in the eyes of Dele Momodu? Because his write ups against this prophet's second coning, in the past, especially in the run up to 2015 election are still evergreen in our minds. Just surprise to hear this from Dele momdu whom i thought him and his like of Obasanjo should be ashamed of themselves now for making Nigerians believe the silver they presented to them were really silver but not knowing it was a mud, only painted with silver.

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