Buhari Needs Our Prayers Not Attacks – Fayose

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has stated that he would not join the league of other Nigerians attacking
President Muhammadu Buhari for reportedly saying that he age might limit his performance.

Buhari, had On Monday evening, while addressing the Nigerian community at the Nigerian Consulate in Johannesburg, South Africa, said “I wish I became Head of State when I was a governor. Now at 72, there is a limit to what I can do.”

A statement that has attracted nationwide criticisms from angry Nigerians who have been calling on the president to take the exit door if he’s not capable of facing the heat of governance.

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Meanwhile, the presidency had in a statement issued Wednesday night stated the Buhari, 72, was quoted out of
context.

The statement described the Daura-born ex warlord as an ‘old wine whose taste gets better with age.’

However, Fayose who had earlier called for the president’s disqualification over issue bothering on age, said Nigerians
should pray for the new leader instead of attacking.