Aisha Buhari, Wife President Muhammadu Buhari has confirmed that some Presidential officials are working against the All Progressives Congress, APC, Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Gatekeepers News reports that Aisha made the confirmation on her official instagram page.
She uploaded the video and captioned it “LonglivethefederalrepublicofNigeria”.
Earlier, Governor of Kaduna State, Northwest Nigeria, Nasir El-Rufai, said that some people in Nigeria’s Presidential Villa are working against Tinubu.
El-Rufai said this while answering questions on Sunrise Daily on Channels Television.
The governor also said the people had a candidate for the APC presidential primaries, but that candidate could not win.
The governor said those people hide behind President Muhammadu Buhari’s desire to do what he thinks is right.
He said,” I believe there are elements in the Villa that want us to lose the election because they didn’t get their way; they had their candidate. Their candidate did not win the primaries.
“They are trying to get us to lose the election, and they are hiding behind the president’s desire to do what he thinks is right. I will give two examples: this petroleum subsidy, which is costing the country trillions of Naira, was something that we all agreed would be removed. In fact, I had a discussion with the president and showed him why it had to go. Because how can you have a capital budget of N200b for federal roads and then spend N2 Trillion on petroleum subsidy? This was a conversation I had with the president in 2021 when the subsidy thing started rising. He was convinced. We left. It changed. Everyone in the government agreed, and it changed.
“The second example I will give is this currency redesign. You have to understand the president. People are blaming the governor of the Central Bank for the currency redesign, but No. You have to go back and look at the first outing of Buhari as president. He did this; the Buhari, Idiagbon regime changed our currency and did it in secrecy with a view to catching those that are stashing away illicit funds. It is a very good intention. The president has his right. But doing it at this time within the allotted time does not make any political or economic sense.”