According to the president's top aide, Buhari has disclosed his decision to the APC's national executive committee.
Reacting, however, Fani-Kayode reminded Shittu not to forget how the duo of Obasanjo and Babangida made Buhari whom he was today.
"Who is OBJ? OBJ is not God, IBB is not God!"
While speaking with newsmen in Abuja, Shittu said the move by President Buhari is a welcomed development. It has never happened but under Buhari N-Power it happened.
Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu has declared former President Olusegun Obasanjo remarks about President Muhammadu Buhari invalid saying that he can not stop President Buhari from winning the 2019 election. So how do you compare?
The People's Democratic Party (PDP), Nasarawa State Chapter, has said it will work tirelessly to ensure a repeat in the defeat of President Buhari come 2019.
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"For the first time, government is building new railway from Lagos to Kano, from Kano to Maiduguri, from Maiduguri to Calabar and from Calabar to Lagos".
A female respondent Malama Musa, said the world had accepted the president as trustworthy and transparent.
It stated that the chapter's expectations had been met by Buhari's declaration and assured that it would work assiduously for the electoral success of the APC at all levels.
The 75-year-old who was away from the country for more than three months on a "medical vacation" in London last year, faced intense speculation about his health and whether he is fit to contest for elections in the African most populous nation.
He alleged that looters and corrupt elements within and outside Nigeria had been jolted to push "panic buttons including renting a motley crowd of professional demonstrators to protest against the president on his arrival in the United Kingdom". He has failed in his so-called fight against corruption; he has failed in the economic front.
Obviously, the plan of president Buhari and his political party is to irredeemably ruin Nigeria and further subject Nigerians to a life of hardship and innumerable crises.