– Olisa Agbakoba has described Muhammadu Buhari’s administration as the worst in Nigeria history – Agbakoba said in 2019, the Coalition of United Political Parties are out to replace President Buhari with anybody – He said were the presidential election to hold today, Atiku would win, while Buhari would come a distant second Former president of the Nigerian Bar Association and one of the leaders of the National Intervention Movement, Dr Olisa Agbakoba (SAN), has described the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari as the worst ever in Nigeria. Agbakoba, who spoke with journalists in his Ikoyi, Lagos office on Tuesday morning, November 20 said the Coalition of United Political Parties is determined to replace Buhari with somebody else in 2019. He said: “We clearly understand that to win the forthcoming elections, we require a united opposition. So, all the parties are simply presenting their presidential candidates but by January, the CUPP will formalise its consensus candidate. “It may well be Atiku or it may not but the person who will be chosen must be one who has the heavy-lifting, who can get the job done. “Personally, I’m pro-Atiku because I think he has the heavy-lifting but I will not preempt anything. “We are all united in the mantra and the strong song around our campaign; that is Anybody but Buhari. That’s the campaign – Anybody but Buhari. “We are making sure that the four locust years from 2015 to 2019 will never repeat themselves in Nigeria. This has been the worst government in Nigeria’s history. “Unemployment rate at 20 million, youth unemployment is so high, inflation at about 18 per cent, borrowing requirement or interest rate at about 22 per cent; nothing is working. So, we need to do something to reclaim it. “So, that’s the message; we are working with the united opposition party, which we now have. Obasanjo’s own is called ADC, I am affiliated with the Peoples Trust and all of these come under the umbrella of the third force. Legit.ng earlier reported that the special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, said his principal would rather lose the 2019 presidential election than rig it. Speaking during a programme on Arise TV on Tuesday, November 20, Adesina said the 2019 presidential election would be free and fair.