Strategic Master-Plan To Crush President Buhari In 2019 Unleashed, As Tambuwal, Kwankwaso, Saraki, Dogara, Other Aggrieved APC Big Shots, Announce July Defection Date

By Post-Nigeria: July 11, 2018 12:38

Strategic Master-Plan To Crush President Buhari In 2019 Unleashed, As Tambuwal, Kwankwaso, Saraki, Dogara, Other Aggrieved APC Big Shots, Announce July Defection Date

The plot to kick President Muhammadu Buhari out of office in 2019 has intensified, with the imminent movement by Senate President, Bukola Saraki; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Honourable Yakubu Dogara; and Governors Aminu Tambuwal (Sokoto State); Samuel Ortom (Benue State); and Abdulfatah Ahmed (Kwara State); to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

The political bigwigs are dumping the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, with scores of Federal and State Legislators, on or before July 27.

According to reports, six other APC Governors, would remain in the ruling party and play the spoiler’s role, as part of the strategic plan to push Buhari out of power, next year.

Already, both Tambuwal and Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State, have dissolved their cabinets, barely a year to the end of their tenures, to offload the APC elements in their governments, and bring in trusted hands that would assist them execute their agenda.

The defections, according to reports are the next stanza in the strategic plan to further weaken the ruling APC, after it was broken, last week, with the emergence of the Reformed All Progressives Congress, R-APC, which proceeded to sign a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with the PDP and 38 other political parties, on Monday.

The MoU gave birth to the Coalition of United Political Parties, CUPP, a gathering of opposition parties, with a unified intent on procuring a consensus Presidential candidate that would defeat Buhari, and wrestle power from the APC, in the impending 2019 general elections.

A Principal Officer of the National Assembly, who was reacting to the Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, signed by the PDP and other 38 political parties, on Monday, said: “The APC has not seen anything yet; very soon, they will soon witness an unprecedented defection of many Lawmakers from APC to PDP.

“This will happen before we break for recess on July 27, this month. By the time this is done, we will turn APC into a minority party in both Chambers of the National Assembly.”

Another Senator, who pleaded anonymity, revealed: “Over 28 APC Senators will defect along with Senate President Bukola Saraki to PDP, any moment from now.:

It was further gathered that the current division within the APC, caused by the formation of the R-APC by some aggrieved members of the ruling party, was deliberately carried out, to enable some aggrieved Lawmakers at the State and National levels, to defect in line with the provisions of the 1999 Constitution.

With the division, the Lawmakers can now defect without any legal implication that would warrant their seats to be declared vacant.

Tambuwal, who according to sources, is being favoured by leaders of the PDP, especially the Governors, to fly the Presidential ticket of the party, is said to have secretly constituted his Presidential campaign team, with an appointment of a “respected Journalist, Scholar and Media Consultant from Anambra State”, as his Spokesman.

“All is now set; Governor Aminu Tambuwal will surely return to PDP before the end of this month”, a close Political Associate of the Governor stated.

On his part, Ortom is said to be very pushy in his move to return to the PDP, in the past few days, because of his huge political disagreement with his acclaimed political godfather, Senator George Akume, allegedly instigated by the Presidency.

The recent dissolution of his cabinet, that saw the removal of Akume’s loyalists, according to sources, signalled his final decision to leave the APC, coupled with the fast fading popularity of the party in the State.


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