Feud between Buhari, Kwankwaso will affect APC’s chances – Party chieftain

The All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari, has been advised to learn from history and adopt more democratic posture in his political outings or risk his presidential bid. This call was made by the National Coordinator of Concerned APC Stakeholders, Alhaji Mohammed Bashir, in Kano while addressing newsmen.

Bashir made this observation after Buhari’s visit to Kano State, where the presidential candidate received an overwhelming reception, but refused to acknowledge the APC governorship flag bearer, Alhaji Umar Ganduje, as is the usual practice. Bashir warned that such behaviour could bring about division within the party.

Buhari had refused to recognise Ganduje because he was not the retired general’s choice for the governorship ticket. Bashir warned that if this continues, the party may loose the state in the general elections. While reminding the former presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change of the experience “where he forced one of his loyalists, Col. Jafaar, on the people even as Mohammed Abacha was the preferred candidate, which cost him the elections”, Bashir further explained that the general interest of the party should be supreme and not personal ego as been portrayed by Buhari in his political outings.

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