Credible sources have informed us that top level PDP and army meetings are being held to prepare for a Lt. Gen. Kenneth Minimah-led interim military government if General Buhari wins the elections in two weeks. By most accounts, Buhari/Osinbajo are favored to win in a landslide.
This report confirms our yesterday exclusive report that two army Generals tendered their resignations following the army Chief telling them about plans for the military to scuttle a transfer to a Buhari/Osinbajo government if they win. See that report here: NewsRescue–Two Army Generals Resign Following Army Chief Telling Them “Army Is For PDP”
The current plan by the Goodluck Jonathan presidency is for Minimah to lead an interim government for 6 months and then conduct new elections that will transfer power to PDP. The Nigerian government officials and some army chiefs are reportedly terribly afraid of the consequences for their actions of corruption and against the Nigerian state that are expected to be investigated and sternly dealt with by a Buhari/Osinbajo administration.
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The PDP has been witnessed to be hitting below the belt and applying all types of slanderous and libelous campaigns because for the party it is a do-or-die affair.
NewsRescue exclusively broke the news of an aide to Doyin Okupe, Deji Adeyanju who earlier on hinted of this arrangement.
The presidential elections are to be held on the 14th of February.
Sources say the Jonathan government plans to instigate riots and is planning utilizing its Niger Delta militant terrorists (Boyloaf, Tompolo, Dokubo and co) to stage attacks that will enable the scuttling of the elections at any stage, before, during and after as all projections show a Buhari/Osinbajo victorious sweep. In this event, the army will appear to suddenly decide to stabilize the country, but this is the ultimate plan being made now, ahead of the incidents.
It is discussed that Kenneth Minimah may not transfer power back to civilians if an interim government is formed in the 6 months as he will be demonstrably busy containing Boko Haram terror and other militant action, but this is a risk the Jonathan government is prepared to take.
Kenneth Minimah, the Chief of Army staff hails from Bayelsa state.