Stop your attacks on Buhari - Youth group tells Galadima

Stop your attacks on Buhari - Youth group tells Galadima

- Pro-Buhari group says the president won the 2015 election because of his personality

- Members of the New Peoples Democratic Party say they will not stay back in the ruling party

- Chieftain of nPDP, Abubakar Baraje, describes as an embarrassment, the alleged juicy offer of appointment being made by the presidency to its aggrieved members

A youth group under the aegis of Democratic Youth Congress for Buhari (DYC4Buhari) has faulted claims that by the leader of the Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC), Buba Galadima, that he was instrumental to Buhari winning the election in 2015.

The group leader, Kassim Muhammad Kassim, called on Galadima to desist from attacking the president as such conduct was unbecoming of someone parading himself as a statesman, Daily Trust reports.

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The group insisted that the All Progressives Congress (APC) won the 2015 presidential election because of President Buhari's personality.

Meanwhile, the former chairman of the New Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP), Abubakar Baraje, has said that members of the party are set to leave the ruling All progressives Congress (APC).

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Baraje said that members of the nPDP and all supporters of the Senate president will leave the APC with or without Bukola Saraki.

Vanguard reports that the nPDP chieftain said all members of the party have agreed to dump the ruling party.

Baraje also described as an embarrassment, the alleged juicy offer of appointment being made by the presidency.

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