1985: Buhari Voted Against Nigeria To Elect Fulani Man

1985: Buhari Voted Against Nigeria To Elect Fulani Man From Niger As OAU Secretary General

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1985: Buhari Voted Against Nigeria To Elect Fulani Man From Niger As OAU Secretary General
1985: Buhari Voted Against Nigeria To Elect Fulani Man From Niger As OAU Secretary General Gen. Muhammedu Buhari, Nigerian president is confirmed by History Ville as the first and only President and Head of state in the history of modern international relations to vote against his country in favor of his tribe. According to the network, “When the crunch came, his allegiance to Nigeria disappeared. In the election of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Secretary-General in 1985, Buhari voted against Nigeria but for Niger instead. He secured the election of Ide Oumarou, a Fulani man from Niger as opposed to Peter Onu, an Igbo man from Nigeria. "By so doing, Buhari became the first and only Head of State in the history of modern international relations to vote against his country in favour of his tribe.”– Femi Aribisala, Vanguard, February 3, 2015. #HistoryVille

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