PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation PlanTo Sue APC Over Buhari’s Health

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PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation PlanTo Sue APC Over Buhari’s Health

The Ogun state chapter of the Goodluck Jonathan Presidential Campaign Organisation has said they will be taking APC to court over the state of mind and physical health of their Presidential candidate. The organisation maintained that Buhari is sick, and urge the All Progressives Party not to drag the country back into the Yar’adua days. Here’s part of what the statement signed by its director of media and publicity, Steve Oliyide says;

“In light of these and in conformity with section 137 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended), we hereby wish to make public of our resolve to challenge the state of mind and physical health of General Buhari in a competent court of law and demand that a thorough medical examination be carried out on him to ascertain if he is capable of holding the highest office in the land in line with the provisions of the constitution. Continue

“It is even more worrisome that in spite of the embarrassment the nation recently suffered with the Yar’Aduasaga, the APC that is busy hallucinating about taking over power at the center has not found it expedient to come straight on this germane matter.

“We wonder why the opposition party is spending so much time and resources to conceal the true state of health of the former dictator. Moreso, we find it rather ridiculous and a grand insult to Nigerians, that the opposition party has continued to play “hide and seek” whenever the issue of General Buhari’s health comes up.”

“But history as taught us that the presidential position comes with lots of physical challenge and huge mental demands and as such a proposed occupant of such position must be at least 90 per cent healthy and of a very sound mind.”

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