BLACK THURSDAY!!! Buhari Weeps In London, Refuses To Eat, As His Closest Aide Dumps APC, Decamps To PDP With Immediate Effect
All is not well for the political future of ailing President, Muhammadu Buhari, as his active Campaigner in Kano, Alhaji Ibrahim Al Amin, dumped the All Progressives Congress, APC, for the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Kano State.
Post-Nigeria recalls, that Ibrahim and others were the ones responsible for the 1.8 million votes that Buhari recorded in Kano, during the 2015 elections, that saw the defeat of former President, Goodluck Jonathan.
While speaking, Ibrahim disclosed that Buhari administration has marginalised the Northern part of the country, despite the votes they gave to him during the 2015 elections.
“Although, I do not regret supporting and voting for Buhari, I cannot remain in the party, because it is not running the country properly. I hold Buhari in high esteem, but he is not in control of the present government.
“President Buhari is not in control of his government since he fell ill, and some people have taken the advantage and control the government,” he said.
“I am highly disappointed in the APC, because it has reneged on the promises it made to Nigerians. What we have been accusing other political parties of doing, are what APC is now doing. There is poverty everywhere and the APC is not doing anything to bail the masses out.
“I am in politics to serve my people directly or indirectly, and I am not comfortable with the way the ruling party is handling the affairs of Nigerians”, he further stated.
Ibrahim lamented that: “Our major problem is that our political parties are not based on ideologies
“I am disappointed with the administration, after all the votes provided to Buhari by North-West, but the region is shortchanged in terms of execution of developmental projects.
“My expectation is government will reciprocate the region with laudable projects, but unfortunately, the government is being under the control of some Southerners.
“My cross carpeting has been from the ruling parties to oppositions and on three occasions, I held a party to win election. I am not in politics to use political office to make financial gains, but I am in politics to have the opportunity to serve the people.
“I have no reason to remain in the party that disappointed Nigerians, and the party failed to improve the economic development of the people of the country, rather contributed to hardship among the populace.”