Buhari ‘If President dies today, it’s Nigerians that killed him,’ APGA says

The party also said that there is nothing wrong with President Buhari being ill and seeking treatment.

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The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has warned Nigerians against attacking President Muhammadu Buhari.

The party also said that there is nothing wrong with President Buhari being ill and seeking treatment.

“If we don’t pray for Nigeria to succeed, all of us are collectively doomed. Governance is not easy; Buhari can be ill, he can be indisposed one way or another. He is a human being,” APGA Chairman, Dr. Ike Oye, told journalists on Thursday, January 26, in Abuja.

“There is nothing scandalous about somebody being sick. As a sincere man, he told you he was going on leave and checkup. If you see him at King’s hospital, is there anything wrong about that? What is wrong about being sick?

“Buhari would have done better if Nigerians had wished him well. All these enemies fighting him left, right and centre, they are not fighting Buhari, they are fighting against the destiny of Nigeria.

“If he dies tomorrow, it is his time; all of us will die. Is there anything strange about it? I will die someday. If President Buhari dies today, he dies for Nigeria because we gave him the trouble that killed him,” Oye added according to Daily Trust.

President Buhari is currently in the United Kingdom on a medical vacation which has become the subject of controversy in Nigeria.

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The Presidency has however dismissed claims that the president is ill adding that he cannot be forced to speak to Nigerians if he doesn’t want to.

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