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R-APC: Buhari was against the formation of APC in 2014

“Buhari was the one against the alliance with Bola Tinubu and I don’t want to say anything. Let Buhari deny what I have said. I was for it and I organized it and wrote a memo that even produced a candidate for the vice presidency, this same Prof. Yemi Osinbajo,”

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R-APC Chairman, Buba Galadima has leveled several accusations against the members of the APC including the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; President Muhamadu Buhari. The Reformed All Progressives Congress has questioned the loyalty of the president especially as he was against the formation of the party that gave him the platform to win the presidential election.

Galadima dropped these bombshell accusations in a recently published edition of The Interview. He explained that he was the mediator between the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) of President Buhari and the Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN). The two parties merged with a faction of the All Progressives’ Grand Alliance (APGA) and the All Nigeria’s People’s Party (ANPP) to form the All Progressives Congress in 2014.

Buhari was the one against the alliance with Bola Tinubu and I don’t want to say anything. Let Buhari deny what I have said. I was for it and I organized it and wrote a memo that even produced a candidate for the vice presidency, this same Prof. Yemi Osinbajo,” the R-APC chairman disclosed. Buba Galadima also said in the interview that he plans to publish an open letter to President Buhari very soon under a topic he termed “Anybody but Buhari (ABB)”

The Yobe State Elder also accused the new chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomole of hypocrisy. He described the former Edo state Governor as a “latter-day Buharist planning to hijack the ship.” The R-APC chairman further declared the re-elections ambitions of President Buhari to be a waste of time. Galadima explained that the President was a floored candidate and would just lose his money if he contests re-election. “If he was raising cattle in Daura, I wouldn’t bother about him. I’m criticizing him because he’s the President of Nigeria and he’s not doing very well,” Galadima said.