Chilling Reasons Why Concerned APC Members Want Buhari Replaced By Kwankwaso

Although APC members while having to face the world and address Nigerians in the name of rallies and campaign advertisements keep their faces smiling, I can still tell you that it is clear that they are battling every damn second to replace the Presidential candidate whom they blindly selected for 2015, which is also why they are in support of the extension of the election date so as to enable their candidate get adequate medical attention before they can decide on whether or not to replace him with Kwankwaso. But wait oh! APC time don go abeg, na Buhari and Jonathan we sabi till elections are over!

The crisis in APC has continued to deepen following moves by Kano State Governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, former Kwara State Governor, Bukola Saraki and former FCT Minister, Nasir El-Rufai to persuade the party members to replace their 2015 Presidential Candidate.

Bothered members of the All Progressives Congress [APC], also disclosed worries over the state of
health of the Presidential Candidate of the party, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) and advised the leadership of the party to replace him with governor of Kano State, Dr. Rabiu Kwankwaso who came second in the primaries of the party.

The uproar generated by Kwankwaso’s request almost disrupted the meeting but for the intervention of South West governors who asked that deliberation on the matter be postponed until further consultations were made.

Apart from the health condition, the group expressed concern over the educational qualification of Gen. Buhari, stating that the noise being made about it was a distraction from the resolve to take over the government of the nation by the party, pointing out that these were some of the reasons Buhari should be replaced.

The statement by the coordinator of the group, Alhaji Ahmed Garba and Secretary, Olugbenga Kayode reads:
“We wish to call on the leadership of the party to immediately replace General Buhari with Dr. Kwankwaso, who came second in the party presidential primary as the presidential flag-bearer because General Buhari is not qualified as he could not submit the minimum requirement of school certificate to the Independent National Electoral commission, INEC.
“We see this as the beginning of the failure of the party in the February 14 election. For a man that so pride himself as the father of anti-corruption crusade not to have submitted the minimum academic requirement for this all important election speaks volume of the character of the man.”

Eversince this meeting was held, Buhari has simply made Kwankwaso an enemy.  He even refused to raise the hands of the APC Governorship Candidate- Ganduje on the 20th of January, 2015 because Ganduje was Kwankwaso's nominee.

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