and the exposures that led to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission’s
continuous test of the top level, the EFCC, can be traced for the 2023
presidency to allow for permutations.
strategy arm of the government, said that they plan to hide the presidency’s
power and render President Muhammadu Buhari irrelevant when he left the
government by decrying the dissolution of the APC national working committee,
the N.W.C. and the sack of the key officials believes he was working with a top
parallel political structures have been created across federal states and the
crisis actively stimulated, in an attempt to reinforce its position in the lead
up to 2023.
together with the president of the dissolutionary NWC, was to make our leadership
President BuHari irrelevant in a party he leads out of the crisis and the
presidential candidate from Southwest unnecessary and unreasonable over others.
NWC forces led by the southwest top fire planned to hire suspended EFCC President
Ibrahim Magu to screen their perceived enemies so that he could emerge as the
party’s presidential candidate.
discovery that President Buhari directed the Federation’s Attorney General to
find a way out of the crisis, to put forward a strategy for ending feuds, and
to create a level playing field for all those who would be interested in the
2023 presidency. “Unfortunately, the Ibrahim Magu trouble crept in and almost
swallowed everyone, once Abubakar Malami advised that it was that the NWC would
be dissolved and an urgent National Executive Committee of the APC, NEC, would
be held to reassure the disillusionment within the Party fold.
presidency is firmly behind Malami in this situation, because he knows,
although nobody knows how he’s going to solve the Magu test, that minister’s
done the right thing.
opposed to Malami because it believes that he has recommended him to take
action as one of the nearest people to Buhari and acknowledge the controversial
leadership of Victor Giadom, who is pro-Rotimi Amaechi that the SW top shot
does not want to align with any political discussion.”