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I Don’t Care What You’ll Say About Me When I’m Dead – Former President Obasanjo Tells Critics



H.E Olusegun Obasanjo, former president of Nigeria, has hit at critics saying he does not care what anyone says about him when he dies.

This comes after the former president’s controversial condolence message on the death of Buruji Kashamu, a former senator and factional leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State.

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Obasanjo said the late Kashamu who was wanted in the United State of America for alleged drug offenses escaped justice but death caught up with him.

The former President’s comment called for some reaction from some notable Nigerian personalities but in an interview with Premium Times, he said he does not care.

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“As you know, I say my mind as truthfully as I know them and in line with my convictions. People are free to say whatever they want about my comment. I don’t begrudge people for holding opinions on whatever I say or do.

“Let people say whatever they like when I transit. Now that I am alive, am I not being abused? Whenever I transit, let people say whatever they know or think about me. Let them say it as it is. What my maker thinks of me is what matters most.”

SOURCE: AfricaCelebrities.Com