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2023: Buhari Does Not Care About Tinubu’s Presidential Ambition – Baba-Ahmed

 

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The Vice-Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Datti Baba-Ahmed, has claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari does not care about the presidential ambition of the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Bola Tinubu.

Speaking on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics, Baba-Ahmed said Tinubu‘s presidential bid does not mean anything to President Buhari.

The former Kaduna Senator asserted that Buhari has finished with Nigeria and he is going to “unmake Tinubu after all his political successes”.

He said: “At the United Nations General Assembly, President Buhari says the only legacy he can leave is a credible election. Now, this is a heartbreak for APC.

“Who made Buhari after Almighty Allah? Tinubu. After all the failed attempts of Buhari, Tinubu came and added millions of votes and make Buhari.

“Who is going to unmake Tinubu after all his political successes? Buhari, because Buhari has finished his eight years. It is not about how well Nigeria was run or how badly Nigeria was run, they have finished with Nigeria, they have finished with everybody. Tinubu can go to blazes; it means nothing to Buhari and that is Buhari for you.”

APC, PDP Are As Good As Gone

Baba-Ahmed said the APC and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are as good as gone and that the LP is the only genuine party standing in the country.

He opined that the APC and the PDP only have structures to distribute money and not to effect good governance to transform the lives of citizens.

The LP chieftain said Nigerians are pained and tired of the “misrule” of both parties since Nigeria’s return to power in 1999 and voters will punish them in 2023.

He said: “APC is as good as gone. PDP’s votes do not exist. There is only one political party genuinely standing: the Labour Party.

“Go out in the market, go out in every public space and find out, the pains in the body and hearts of Nigerians is what is going to their thumb in February.

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