The relationship between President Buhari and Nigerians ‘is as strong as the famous shake’ – Garba Shehu
Presidential Spokesperson, Garba Shehu, has expelled the statement that the masses will forsake President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019, portraying it as “unwarranted and completely ludicrous”.
Shehu, who was responding to a media meet allowed by previous CPC part, Alhaji Buba Galadima, who said that normal Nigerians were the foundation of Buhari’s order “and the main reason he kept running for the workplace was to secure them against the avaricious dealers of debasement who kept Nigeria down for a considerable length of time”.
Galadima had in a meeting charged that President Buhari would be surrendered by the general population in 2019.
Nonetheless, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the president, said Galadima’s computation and forecast “is absolutely confounded and misdirecting”.
He said the masses were positively behind Buhari “on the grounds that he is not taking their cash and their future”.
“The President’s colossal goodwill remains ever-solid in light of the fact that the general population are persuaded that
he is acting to their greatest advantage, regardless of the brief unintended results of changes,” Shehu said.
As indicated by him, President Muhammadu Buhari is a long way from segregation and he appreciates exceptionally key association with standard Nigerians; “the relationship is as strong as the famous shake”.
“On the off chance that Buba Galadima conceives that since he has no part and no employment in this legislature that implies president is detached, he is putting himself up to criticize,” Shehu said.
Shehu expressed that Galadima was not in the position to represent the masses similarly as their enduring faithfulness to Buhari was concerned.
While recognizing that Galadima was qualified for propel his own political motivation, the presidential helper said Galadima did not have the privilege to choose for conventional voters.
Shehu reviewed that Buba Galadima’s conflict with President Buhari depended on rule, saying that President Buhari was resolved to level playing field and would not need anybody to connection his name to bad form.
The Presidential assistant additionally reviewed that Galadima’s conflict with Buhari began in 2011 “when a gathering inside the gathering arranged an authoritative chaos by which the CPC set out on the inconvenience and substitution of contender for money installments to the detriment of those properly and justly chose.”
He said the President was humiliated by the episodes and grievances about the inconvenience and substitution of applicants, including that he, as a democrat, would not smother the will of the general population to please narrow minded interests.