The ‘cabals’ have picked Babagana Kingibe as the successor to President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023, according to Nigerian professor Farooq Kperoogi.
Concise News learned that the “cabals” are a group of persons who are believed to dictate the state of affairs in Nigeria including who becomes president.
Buhari won a second term in office in February with power expected to shift to the southern part of the country and a former Lagos Governor Bola Tinubu tipped to take over.
However, Kperoogi who is a journalism teacher and popular columnist in a series of tweets on Monday, said Tinubu won’t get the presidential seat in the next four years.
He wrote: “Kingibe: The Cabal’s Choice for President–Short Thread.
“Members of the cold, calculating, and conniving Buhari cabal have chosen Babagana Kingibe as Buhari’s successor.
“In the privacy of their conclaves, they snigger at perpetually drugged and pie-eyed Bola Tinubu who naively imagines that Buhari will hand over power to him.”
He called on Nigerians to “Watch Kingibe’s media appearances in the coming weeks, months, and years.
“Of course, the cabal isn’t banking on any legitimate election to get Kingibe in power; INEC will just pluck imaginary figures from the air, ignore actual votes, and declare him “winner”–like it did Buhari this year.
“Nevertheless, I predict that should Buhari survive till 2023, he won’t hand over power to anyone, including Kingibe. Apart from his hopeless love of power for the hell of it, Buhari needs power to stay alive.
“The obscene amount of money Nigeria habitually fritters away to keep him alive, including periodic blood transfusions, can only be sustained if he’s in power. He won’t get that sort of money outside power. These are really interesting times in Nigeria!”
Kingibe: The Cabal’s Choice for President–Short Thread
Members of the cold, calculating, and conniving Buhari cabal have chosen Babagana Kingibe as Buhari’s successor. In the privacy of their conclaves, they snigger at perpetually drugged and pie-eyed Bola Tinubu who naively
— Farooq Kperogi, Ph.D (@farooqkperogi) July 21, 2019