In 2023, All Progressive Congress May Face Difficulty Without Buhari – Adebayo Shittu

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In 2023, All Progressive Congress May Face Difficulty Without Buhari – Adebayo Shittu

The quick past Minister of Communication, Adebayo Shittu, on Wednesday said the All Progressives Congress may think that its hard to get casts a ballot in the 2023 general decisions if the gathering neglected to take care of its home.

The ex-serve talked in Osogbo while including on ‘The Frontliners” a program composed by the Association of Veteran Journalists, Osun State branch.

Shittu, who depicted as doltish the implications that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari, (retd.), would look for third term in 2023, said in the last two presidential decisions, Buhari got more than 15 million votes with 12 million of the votes originating from the North alone.

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He stated, “In the last two decisions, Buhari got more than 15 million votes and that is on the grounds that he is on the ballot.  From the North alone, he got more than 12 million decisions on each event.

“In the event that the APC isn’t cautious and taken care of its home, where will the vote come in 2023 if the magnet of Buhari is no more on the polling form?

“Buhari is the most caring pioneer Nigeria at any point had. This is one President who when chosen sliced his compensation by 50 percent

“As we likewise know, his way of life for as far back as 20 years has not changed. He isn’t colorful. What he is searching for is acceptable heritage.

“Obasanjo bombed when he endeavored it (third term); so you figure a less goal-oriented individual would now be the one? It won’t occur, so I think it’s anything but an issue we should concentrate on. It is an exercise in futility,” Shittu said.

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