Buba Galadima says APC is pushing for a breakdown in Buhari's government.

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Buba Galadima, a former Buhari ally, is a member of the most popular opposition parties in Nigeria today

One of Nigeria's most prominent opposition leader, Buba Galadima has responded to a request by some groups calling on the president to seek a third term.

Earlier, some Nigerians under the auspices of President Buhari sought the amendment of the constitution to allow the president to seek a third term, even though the Presidency was vacant. Buhari's spokesman Garba Shehu has distanced herself from the group and said Buhari has no interest in running for a third term.

Buba Galadima said he was dissatisfied with the government's denial because, according to him, the government had repeatedly vowed to win on several fronts.

"If this is the case, they are the first people to believe that Nigeria will not go wrong unless the president, and then the president comes out and says it is citizens who want to surpass him," he added. '.

According to Buba Galadima, 'the government will never go out and deny these calls for Buhari to run for office.

Reports say it was the PDP that raised the issue of extinction, during the reigns of Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan.

He said "the founders of the presidential or transitional government, from four to six years at the same time, are their own children because, according to him, there is a zeal for the president's rhetoric."

Buba Galadima also expressed optimism that the future elections will be held in Nigeria in light of the court rulings.

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The president has denied allegations that Buhari is seeking re-election
He added that "there is no court where one can go to give a shout-out to someone who has won or was abused in an election because the elections were not broken."

Garba Shehu said the president will step down after his second term in 2023, and a new election will be held without re-election.

"It is important to note that there has been a previous attempt to change the constitution, because the president then promised a third term. This is unfair and in violation of the constitution," he added. the movement was banned.

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