President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to be cautious in his dealings with some members of All Progressives Congress (APC) and other people around him.
One of the aspirants who participated in the APC primaries for the Bauchi South Senate by-election, Ahmed Shu’aibu gave the advice while addressing a press conference in Bauchi on Friday.
He warned thePresident Muhammad not to allow the credibility and integrity he built over the years to be wasted by those he described as political jobbers who are only interested in their selfish ego.
He urged him to take precaution and not to be misled into taking actions that dent his credibility and affect his political status or his position.
He accused Governor Mohammed Abubakar of conniving with the APC national chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and invited the President to Bauchi for the flag off of campaign for the APC candidate whom he said was fraudulently elected.
Ahmed, who had earlier petitioned the APC national chairman over the condut of the peimaries said that it was fraudulent and manipulated.
He also accused Governor, Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar of o showing preference for a particular aspirant over the others.
He alleged that delegates were also were directed to give him only seven votes, one from each of the seven local government areas in Bauchi south senatorial district.
“but to my surprise, I got 8 votes during the primaries which is a demonstration of sabotage against the Governor’s directives as it relate to his person,” he said.
The aspirant accused the APC national Chairman of leading the party into more crisis at a time when it is facing crises and needed cooperation among its members.
He howevr noted that although he remains a member of the APC, he will fight every injustice within the party.
“since I left the PDP with former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar to form the defunct ACN, I have not moved elsewhere and I don’t intend to move out of the APC,” he added.