2019 Presidential Debate!!! APC To Replace Buhari With A Very Intelligent Presidential Candidate, To Defeat PDP’s Atiku Abubakar

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2019 Presidential Debate!!! APC To Replace Buhari With A Very Intelligent Presidential Candidate, To Defeat PDP’s Atiku Abubakar

With the January 2019 Presidential Debate drawing nearer by the day, and also, with the devastating outcome of the Vice Presidential Candidates Debate, for the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, which held last week, that saw the Candidate of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Peter Obi, outshine, defeat, and humiliate the Candidate of the APC, Yemi Osinbajo, there are speculations, as well as suggestions, that the ruling APC would replace its Presidential Candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, for the much awaited Debate, and the forthcoming elections, next year.

Yemi Osinbajo, who is currently the Vice President of Nigeria, was before last week’s Debate, seen as a very intelligent Professor of Law, and probably the smartest member of the APC, in general.

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However, watching Peter Obi of the PDP humiliate and cause the Vice President to stutter several times on live television, has sent fears into the APC camp, as to their fate in the forthcoming general elections, which every Nigerian and the world at large, are anticipating.

Rumour has it that the APC camp is more fearful about the outcome of the Presidential Debate, as their Presidential Candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, has not been known as one to participate in such an intellectual activity in the past, and may be forced to participate in the coming one, because an excuse for his non-participation this time around, could cause the party the Presidential election, in 2019.

Elsewhere, it was reported earlier this week, that the APC, in a bid to get its Candidate prepared for the coming Debate, has recruited the services of 15 world class Academicians, allegedly, to tutor its Candidate, in order for him to defeat the Candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar, who has confidently publicly let it be known that he is fully ready, and cannot wait for the live Debate, come January 2019.

Reacting, Salisu Abdulai, an Advocate for a Greater Nigeria, and Editor-in-Chief, Gistcribng.com , said:

“The 2019 Presidential Debate is not going to be overlooked this time around, it is not an event the Candidate of the APC, President Muhammadu Buhari, would be able to say he is not going to attend this time, as many Nigerians, and the world, will be watching, and are even watching already.

“I am even more shocked we are having a conversation as to whether or not a sitting President, who wants to be re-elected into Office, will attend a Debate.

It is even most ridiculous to hear that the APC has recruited whoever, to come prepare its Candidate, a sitting President, our sitting President, for a Debate that concerns how he has been running his country for almost four years now. Where is this ever heard of?

Are they going to teach him about what he has been doing in the past four years? Or what to do in the next four years? Or are they going to teach him how to form sentences or speak English, or what? This totally threw me off!

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“My suggestion for the APC as a party, is to put politics and sentiments aside, and find itself a good and vibrant Candidate, that can confidently approach any situation, because of his or her understanding of the problems facing this nation, and the future projected problems that are likely to face the nation, and come up with workable solutions. It is that simple.

“Also, when I hear them say that President Buhari is the best Candidate the party has to offer, I feel pity for those with this conclusion, as I believe the APC is made up of so many brilliant members, both old and young, male and female, who are vibrant, and can rise to the very important occasion of leading this country to greatness.”