APC chides Save Nigeria group, says Buhari breached no law

  • APC youths lampoon Save Nigeria group

Politics Nigeria reports -The national leadership of APC Youths Renaissance has reacted to the 74-hour ultimatum given to the Federal Government by the Save Nigeria Group to disclose the health status of President Muhammadu Buhari to Nigerians.

According to a statement signed by the national secretary of group, Collins Edwin, after a review of the demand by SNG and other sundary matters in the country, the group reached a conclusion that President Buhari breached no law by not disclosing his ailment to the public.

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Speaking on the matter, the North Central Coordinator of APC Youths Renaissance Honourable, Abubakar Yakubu asked the Save Nigeria Group to tell the world which section of the Nigerian constitution has the President violated by not disclosing his health situation to Nigerians? Saying the President as a public servant still enjoys his
right to personal liberty which must not be invaded.

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He further noted that, if the President should disclose his ailment to the public, it should be done out of choice and not out of necessity.

The group said they are ready to stage a counter protest in defence of Mr. President if the Save Nigeria Group decides to hold their protest at the expiration of the 74-hour ultimatum given to the Federal Government.

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The meeting ended with a call on the Save Nigeria Group to stop playing to the gallery saying what is right may not be legal, and that in a constitutional democracy, it’s about the rule of law and not the rule of morality.

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