Buhari Has Achieved Nothing In Eight Years, Yet He Is Bent On Destroying The APC.-Ganduje.

Kano Governor Abdullahi Ganduje on Thursday said President Muhammadu Buhari has achieved nothing in his eight years in office and is now determined to destroy the All Progressive Congress (APC) before he leaves office in May 2023.


In a televised debate on Thursday, Mr Ganduje, who spoke in Hausa, reminded the people how Mr Buhari had failed in his three previous attempts before 2015 when political parties merged to form the APC and oust the Peoples Democratic Party from office.



MrMranduje further stated that MrMruhari had no tangible achievements to point to during his tenure in office but instead chose to destroy the party that brought him to power.

“In his first term, nothing significant can be attributed to his success, just like in his second term. So why is it publishing all these policies now? why not seven years ago? He just wants to collapse the party that produced him,” he said.

“How could he take care of Nigerians and then come up with a policy like the ara redesign? Why not seven years ago or after the election? This shows that he is not a good leader; if he is, he would not remain calm when people set fire to land out of frustration,” the Kano governor added. “That is why we went to court and opposed them because we know their motive is to prevent free and fair elections. By the grace of God, all their efforts will be in vain because we will change all these policies once we win the elections.”

The APC stalwart also mentioned that he will abide by Supreme Court orders recognizing the continued use of the old naira notes even as the presidency and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) ask banks to stop accepting the notes as they should have ceased to legallegallyer in Nigeria.

“People’s businesses are suffering and you are asking for more time. I have ordered the closure of every supermarket that refuses old naira notes. The Supreme Court recognizes the notes and you ask the banks not to accept the notes. Who is more powerful between the Court and them?” said Mr Ganduje, an ally of the President.

The presidential spokesman did not return a request for comment on the Kano governor’s comments on Thursday evening. The attack came as other members of the president’s party re-intensified their opposition to the decision to scrap the N200, N500 and N1000 notes across the country. The politicians, mostly governors of the ruling party, said Mr BuhMr’s action was designed to throw the nation into chaos.

Governor Nasir El-Rufai said the Buhari administration is working on a military coup in Nigeria, saying the army general has already been roped in to lead the interim government when Mr BuhMr’s term ends on May 31. The president denied any nefarious motives behind it. policy, saying it was designed to curb money laundering and vote buying during the upcoming general elections.

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