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by Musa Abdullahi
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has warned against any “orchestrated, last-minute disqualification of its presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, in order to pave the way for an easy victory for President Goodluck Jonathan or even another postponement of the elections”.
”If it is true, as it is being widely speculated across the country, that the Jonathan administration has procured a judgement to disqualify the APC presidential candidate on Wednesday, when the federal high court in Abuja is expected to rule on the issue, then it portends a great danger for our country,” the party warned in a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday by Lai Mohammed, its national publicity secretary.
“In addition to other reasons, the six-week postponement of the elections might have been used by those who never wanted the polls to take place in the first instance to shop for such a satanic judgement.
‘”Anyone who will disqualify a presidential candidate on the eve of an election can only have one and only one purpose for that: to trigger chaos and pandemonium across the country.
Perhaps this is the reason for the deployment of troops across the country to crack down on possible protests and create confusion; then, those who orchestrated the disqualification will simply use what they expect to be angry reactions nationwide as an excuse to postpone the elections again, thus triggering a constitutional crisis,the end of which no one can predict.
“This is why we are hoping that good reason will prevail and nothing will be done, deliberately, to plunge Nigeria into crisis by the same people who have always been quick to say their political ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian.”
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