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Anybody Interested In Being The President Should Join APC – Buhari

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Anybody Interested In Being The President Should Join APC – Buhari

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has said that the All Progressives Congress will decide who succeeds him as president, and anybody interested in being the President should join the party, aso Naija reports.

He said this on Thursday while answering questions from journalists of Arise TV during an exclusive interview.

The President said, “About succession, what this admin can do is to make sure APC lasts beyond this administration.

“We have started registration from ward to local government and the state level. That way, the APC can know the number of members they have state by state and local government by local government so that by the time this administration goes, the legacy can continue.

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And that is the best way to go for the party and the country.”

He also overlooked claims that joining APC automatically vindicated corrupt leaders from any lingering charges or investigations, saying that those who hold such views are not being fair to his regime.

The President said;

Shouldn’t we allow the party to decide, I just told you that we started from the bottom to the top.

“I told the acting chairman and a committee to give me the report by the end of the month on the convention they are going to conduct and then arrange general elections until 2023. All the elections.

“And we started this from bottom to the up, so that members of the party will be sure they are involved in decision making.

“Nobody is just going to sit in Lagos and tell them what to do. This is what we are arranging.

“Succession plan depends on the party. The party will sit and make its decision by the constituencies they won.

“So those who want to be president, better join APC.”

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