Buba Galadima, the estranged former ally of President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that the leaders of the All Progressive Congress APC are impostors who would soon be sacked.
The politician who made the declaration during an interview with Sun newspaper also warned the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC not to harbour the idea of de-registering any of the country’s 72 political parties.
Galadima also said the just concluded 2019 general elections was a national embarrassment as it was far from being free and fair to the electorate claiming the military, and the police all colluded to work for APC.
He said; “The election was a national embarrassment. It was far from being free and fair. Not only that it was clear to everybody that INEC, the military, and the police all colluded to work for APC.
“The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar won the presidential election but INEC chose to declare President Muhammadu Buhari the winner. The whole world knows that Atiku defeated Buhari hands down but the election was heavily rigged in Buhari’s favour.
“Buhari and the APC leadership knew they were going to rig the elections, and that was why Buhari refused to sign the Electoral Act , and that was why he also suspended the former Chief Justice of the Federation, Walter Onnoghen, and replaced him with Tanko Muhammed.
“The election was not free and fair at all. I boldly challenge Buhari and other APC leaders to swear with the Holy Quran, and the Bible if they were sure that Buhari won that election. If they are sure that Buhari defeated Atiku , Buhari ,and APC leaders should take up my challenge. I’m throwing this challenge openly, I’m making it public, and I’m waiting for any of them who is bold and sure of himself to take up this challenge,” Galadima added.
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