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A group, Goodnews Nigeria has declared President Buhari unfit to govern Nigeria beyond 2019, adding that Nigerians should no longer be deceived by the “rhetorics of intergrity”.

In a  statement made available to newsmen in Kaduna, the national coordinator of the group, Mr Dauda John Mbaye said the amount of corruption going on under the Buhari Presidency has rendered the so called integrity toga on the President a rhetoric.

“The time has come for Nigerians to wake up, people should no longer be deceived by the rhetoric of integrity being placed on President Muhammadu Buhari’s head. All those presently campaigning for President Buhari are doing that for their own selfish reasons.

“Let us be sincere, how can we continue with these killings, endemic suffering and poverty in the land. President Buhari has failed and it is clear for everyone to see.

“Our resolve is that Colonel Umar Dangiwa, is the right man to lead Nigeria to the promise land. Unlike Buhari, Dangiwa is detribalised, more intelligent, firm and will not take the kind of lackadaisical attitude that had characterised this administration under the supervision of President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Even the new chairman the APC recently lambasted the president for allowing his ministers and other appointees to be undermining his office. It is on record that the President himself agreed that the IGP flouted his order. This is the kind of situation that will not happen if Dangiwa Umar is the President of the country.

“It is on this premise that we are reiterating our call on the retired former military governor of Kaduna State, Umar Dangiwa a man of honour and integrity. A detribalised Nigerian, who is capable of turning things around for the country.

“We are also calling on leaders of thought all over the country to prevail on the Colonel to come out and lead the country in the right direction. It is time to stop this unending attacks and killings. Government cannot only be concerned about 2019. The time to act is now,” the statement said.