Vote Buhari, APC out now – APGA presidential candidate urges Nigerians

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A demonstrator raises a portrait of ex-military ruler Muhammadu Buhari while running battles broke out between protesters and soldiers in Nigeria's northern city of Kano, on April 18, 2011 as President Goodluck Jonathan headed for an election win. Protesting youths challenged soldiers deployed to the streets, who sought to push them back. AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU (Photo credit should read SEYLLOU DIALLO/AFP/Getty Images)

The presidential candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), retired Major-General, John Wilson Gbor has urged Nigerians to remove President Muhammadu Buhari from office with their votes in the forthcoming election.

Gbor also told newsmen in Makurdi, on Monday at a press conference, that he was the right replacement for Buhari, who is seeking a reelection on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

“I want to be the president of this country to make things work. Buhari is helpless. Nigerians are being killed all over the country.

“Nigerians are hungry. He cannot arrest the situation of insecurity. We need to change Buhari with a more competent person. President Buhari has proven to be inefficient.

“There is need for Nigerians to do the needful, remove him and bring somebody who will protect this country and that person is me (John Gbor).

“Nigerians should get up on February 16 and vote me enmass to remove the inefficient Buahri and vote me in as the next president,” he said.

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