2019: APC disowns R-APC as Galadima says Buhari destined to lose
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2019: APC disowns R-APC as Galadima says Buhari destined to lose

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Why we’re begging R-APC, others not to dump APC —Abdullahi

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has denied that the Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC) was ever part of it and said that the ruling party is still intact.

In a statement on Tuesday by its national publicity secretary, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, the party said, “We respect the right of everyone to join any association or group. However, we wish to reiterate that the so-called R-APC is not a faction of our party.”

The party went further to say “Our party, the APC remains united under the leadership of our President, H.E. Muhammadu Buhari.

“It is also noteworthy that some political parties that have been named as signatories to the MoU have disassociated themselves from the publicised deal.

“We once again reiterate the commitment of our party to address real grievances of our genuine members. We call on them to take advantage of this opportunity while the windows for reconciliation are still open.”

The party stated this after the Buba Galadima led R-APC, believed to be a faction of APC made up of many of the new Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP) members in the ruling party, merged with the PDP and over 30 other political parties to form Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP).

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Meanwhile, Galadima has said that President Muhammadu Buhari would lose the 2019 presidential election should he go ahead and contest.

He said that the president who he knew so well “is destined to lose the 2019 election and lose his deposit.”

He added, “Let us not forget that the man we will be facing is a military general. We are ready, prepared to take on this fight despite their intimidation and threats.

“I know him but if I were his adviser, I would tell him not to contest”, he said.

 

 

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