APC A Dead Party Without Buhari

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Buhari, Sinbajo and APC Governors
Buhari, Sinbajo and APC Governors

By;  AMOS MATHEW, Kaduna

The Minister of Youth and Sports development,Barrister Solomon Dalung has said that without President Muhammadu Buhari in All Progressive Congress the party will be dead as his  the  sustaining factor of the APC, stressing that the party is finished without him.
This is just as he said, those wishing the President dead because of their political ambition should have a rethink, saying only God knows when one will depart this earthly world and that not even a day can be added.
Barrister Dalung stated this in a live video recorded and posted on his facebook page when he visited the Kawo motor park in Kaduna and engaged some traders there in a chat.
According to the Minister, President ‎Buhari was not voted because of politics but voted in view of his lifestyle as a man of integrity, adding that even after leaving the military, he has always remained with the masses and he is known for his track record of transparency and accountability.
“Those shouting APC,APC, APC, if Buhari leaves APC today, the party is finished, so let nobody beat his chest to say he is somebody in APC, all those who won election mostly won because of Buhari.
“Those who want to betray Buhari should wait till 2019, we know Buhari and those wishing him death are only wasting their time, he will only die at God’s own appointed time. I will advise those seeking political position to seek it from God”.
While acknowledging the fact that Nigerians are presently facing hard times, he said even those of them who are Ministers are not exempted,stressing however that things will get better in no distance time.
He therefore solicited prayers for the President and for him to successfully fix the country‎.
At the end of the interaction which was applauded with cheers by those who gathered to listen to him, prayers were offered for the President and the country.

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