While speaking on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily, Galadima assured that Buhari would not be sworn in on May 29, as he would be handing over to Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP’s presidential candidate.
While answering a question on Buhari’s refusal to sign the electoral bill, he said, “I quote the president, he said he is leaving it to the next government, of course, God will answer his prayers because, by May 29, he will not be the president of Nigeria.”
Galadima further stated that when the PDP comes in, it will be “the first duty of ‘President’ Atiku Abubakar to sign the electoral act.”
He also spoke about the peace accord signed by the various presidential candidates in the forthcoming election in Nigeria.
The spokesman of the PDP presidential campaign organisation, however, argued that “It doesn’t look like this government believes in the rule of law or justice.”
He said by not signing the electoral bill, the President is denying other candidates a level playing field, transparency and access to power.
“I don’t think that by this the President thinks that he could do justice to other people and that he is looking for peace,” Galadima said.