APC Primaries: Mrs Buhari Laments Over “Impunity,” Asks Nigerians To “Vote Wisely”

👤 By Danjuma Aliyu

The wife of Nigeria’s President Aisha Buhari has come out again to lambaste the ruling party over the “impunity” that has followed many of its primaries.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife who had previously stated that she was not going to give her support to his second term bid, said the “All Progressives Congress being a party whose cardinal principle is change and headed by a comrade/ activist whose main concern is for the common man, yet, such impunity could take place under its watch.”

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Mrs Buhari, whose husband hopes to seek a second term under the All Progressives Congress, made the comment following the election to select the Governorship candidate in Adamawa.

In a tweet posted through her verified twitter account, she said she “will not hesitate than DISSOCIATE from such unfairness, be neutral and speak for the voiceless.”

She also advised Nigerians going to the polls that they must “vote wisely.”

The First Lady’s brother, Mahmood Halilu, popularly known as MODI, failed to get the required vote to clinch the ticket.

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Another of Mrs Buhari’s relative Nuhu Ribadu, a pioneer chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, received 8,364 votes.

Instead, Mohammed Jibrilla Bindow was elected having received the highest votes, was declared the winner of the election.

It is not the first time Mallam Ribadu has lost an election in Adamawa. In 2015, he joined the Peoples Democratic Party and stood as the party’s candidate in the election, which he lost to the APC candidate, Governor Bindow.

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Mallam Ribadu who had often made reckless comments about Farida Waziri – his successor at the EFCC, was at one point advised to stop seeking relevance through her and vie for a “local government chairmanship or councillorship position to get by.”



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