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APC kicks against Buhari’s third term, vowed to resist any attempt

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APC kick against third term

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has responded to lawful move made by one of their members, Charles Enya, looking for a amendment of the constitution to allow President Muhammadu Buhari run for a third term in office.

Lanre Issa-Onilu, APC National Publicity Secretary, released a statement Thursday night, said at the last National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the Party, President Buhari didn’t beat around the bush about his goal.

The spokesman recalled that Buhari did not mince words regarding the oath of the office he took, he said he will abide by and uphold the oath of office he took, swearing by the holy Koran he believes in.

He quoted the president that “The president said history would not be reasonable for individuals if the APC falls after his subsequent term. What better evidence is expected of the President’s determination to submit to the constitution on term limit?

“The Party is, in any case, by this announcement sending a solid sign to such different busybody like Charles Enya who might be thinking about testing the determination of our administration on our strategic work for the best for our nation to be prepared to confront the law.

“We would pursue this new foe of our nation, who is in all likelihood being supported by the urgent and misinformed restriction, at all times, legitimate intends to upset his mischievous endeavors to make turmoil in our nation.

“As a party, we would not take kindly to anyone or group causing unnecessary distraction for this administration through anti-democratic actions. As a country, we are several years behind where we ought to be.

“We have tried to find out the status of this character claiming to be a member of our party.

The APC disowned Charles Enya, describing him as a busybody, seeking attention at all cost.

 

 

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