Presidency denies military handover plot as APC rejects interim government

Aso Rock alternate spokesperson, Doyin Okupe

The presidency has denied that it would not hand over to Muhammadu Buhari if the opposition candidate is elected in next month’s election.
Mr. Buhari’s campaign office had on Saturday issued a statement saying an official in the office of the President’s Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe, posted the message on his social media platforms.
“The Blackberry Messenger (BBM) statement by Deji Adeyanju, an official in the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe, said ‘Buhari can never be President of Nigeria. Quote me any day any time. Instead of Buhari to become President of Nigeria, Nigeria would rather break. A military coup will even be allowed than for Buhari to become the president of a democratic Nigeria quote me any day, any time,” Buhari’s campaign said in the statement by Garba Shehu, its spokesperson.
Mr. Okupe’s office said the claim by the Buhari campaign is false.
In a statement, Sunday, signed by Bamidele Salam, the presidency said “we categorically deny that this statement was ever made by anyone in this office. 
“The APC claim is absolutely false, mischievous and malicious,” it said.
Although, the Buhari campaign said the alleged statements were posted on Facebook and Blackberry Messenger, the presidency made no reference to the two platforms.
It however, said Mr. Okupe “personally handles his Twitter, @doyinokupe and other social Media platforms and continues to use such as a legitimate medium of advancing the cause of democratic good governance and institutional integrity which President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan represents”.

It also said Mr. Okupe has never and will never associate himself with thoughts or actions which run contrary to the tenets of democracy, rule of law and the right of Nigerians to freely elect those who govern them.

“We urge the APC to concentrate and work more on clearing the name of its Presidential candidate from the mess of not having perquisite academic certificates and incapacity to govern Nigeria rather than seek a cheap diversion from a phantom post by some persons on the Social Media.

“We remain committed to running campaigns based on those issues which are pertinent to the growth and stability of the Nigerian nation and will not condescend to the known antics of the opposition party in blackmail, falsehood and crass opportunism,” it said.
 
Also, in a separate statement by the APC spokesperson, Lai Mohammed, the party said it will neither accept an interim government nor a postponement of next month’s elections.

Mr. Mohammed warned that any attempt to scuttle the polls in preference for any other arrangement will be resisted by all available constitutional means.

”We are aware that those who are not comfortable with the turning of the political tide in favour of the opposition ahead of the elections are scheming to abort a possible victory for our party, through either an interim government or a postponement of the elections.

”These enemies of Nigeria include those who are worried by the strong anti-corruption stance of our party and its avowed commitment to good governance, and those who favour the status quo of anything goes, bad governance and massive corruption that have left Nigerians deeply pauperized and traumatized,” he said, while making reference to the alleged claim of Mr. Okupe’s aide.

”Our stand is simple but needs to be restated,” the APC said.
“The 2015 general elections must hold as scheduled all over Nigeria, and our party is ready for the elections. As we stated earlier, we will only accept the outcome of a free, fair, credible and transparent elections, not that of manipulated polls. We will also not agree to the postponement of next month’s elections under any guise, and an interim arrangement plot is totally unacceptable to us. We challenge the ruling PDP to also state its own stand on next month’s polls for the world to note.
 
”We also challenge the presidency to state its own stand and to also distance itself from the anarchic and treasonable statement by one of its own over the forthcoming polls.”


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  • Issei

    The truth is we can’t organize free fair credible elections,under the present situation in north eastern states,of Adamawa,Borno,yobe,gombe,taraba,and bauchi,if anybody is in doubt,let him volantaraly go and sign on to be either presiding officer,or returning officer in any of the above mentioned states,including Lai Mohammed and his children,president Jonathan and his wife and children,as well as GMB,with his children and wife,because there are all educated,if not then we have to look for altarnative,that is my take under the present circumstances.

    • Dumbo

      Then GEJ should handover to a more competent interim Govt to conduct a proper free and fair elections. He ceases to be president May 29th, 2015 whether there is election or not. He knows he can never win in a free and fair election.

      • tyson

        ormer BPE Boss and the deputy National Secretary of APC, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has been described as a liar when he claimed Gen Ibrahim Babangida recently wrote President Goodluck Jonathan condemning his( Rufai) invitation by the SSS.

        . El-Rufai claimed that the former President Babangida (IBB) wrote a letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, condemning his arrest.

        Apparently, IBB did not write any letter ‘lecturing’ President Jonathan, as El-Rufai made some to believe on his twitter and facebook pages.

        The truth is, in 2011 Babangida actually wrote a letter to Jonathan published in the Vanguard, when El Rufai had a similar brush with the SSS, but El Rufai, using one of his lackeys on twitter and Facebook called Omojuwa, doctored the 2011 letter, made it look like it was written this week, and splashed it on social media . WHAT ABOUT THIS–FAKE REPORT BY ELRUFAI-

  • Issei

    Nnn

  • Issei

    Mmm

  • NWANCHOR

    Did what is happening take PDP by suprise?

  • NWANCHOR

    PDP IS BUSY DIGGING GRAVE,NO MATTER WHAT THEY BRING OUT OF IT,WE WOULD STILL VOTE GMB

    • tyson

      go and vote for GMB without his certificate–life is a choice————–tomorrow u will come here and lie to us that they killed your people u want to fight corruption–bla bla -yet cannot ask buhari to present his certs and u call yr self a man–a human being abi

  • NWANCHOR

    THE MORE THEY ATTACK GMB, THE MORE WE ARE PUSHED TOWARDS HIM. PDP IT IS LATE

    • tyson

      Let him show us his certificate—the law is no respecter of any person-

      • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

        Tyson, just so that you can be educated on a matter from which you are unable to move from, this is the position of the Nigerian Law on this matter.

        Section 131 (d) of the Constitution provides that a person shall be qualified for election to the office of the President if he has been educated up to at least School Certificate level or its equivalent.

        Section 318 goes further to say that a “School Certificate or its equivalent means: a Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent, or Grade II Teacher’s Certificate, the City and Guilds Certificate; or education up to Secondary School Certificate level; or Primary Six School Leaving Certificate or its equivalent and- Service in the public or private sector in the Federation in any capacity acceptable to the Independent National Electoral Commission for a minimum of ten years, and attendance at courses and training in such institutions as may be acceptable to the Independent National Electoral Commission for periods totaling up to a minimum of one year, and the ability to read, write, understand and communicate in the English language to the satisfaction of the Independent National Electoral Commission, and any other qualification acceptable by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

        • TRUTH MASTER

          Thank you, Kay. For those whose minds are open, you have done a great job of educating them. For those who have a set mind, they will read but won’t understand. Whatever happens, you have done what people on this platform should be doing: Engage in informed discourse rather than firing darts at perceived opponents.

          But here is a quick addition: For those who believe Buhari is not qualified, only the courts, rather than INEC, can disqualify him. So what are they waiting for?

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            Many thanks, Truth Master.

            Those making the funny noises have not even paused for a moment to wonder why both the PDP and INEC have not disqualified GMB.

            It is a distraction concocted in the minds of FFK and Fayose.

            They are just being childish and irrational.

          • Etomi

            INEC has no power to disqualify any candidate seeking elective office pursuant to the Supreme Court decision in INEC v. ATIKU ABUBAKAR (2007)…
            The power to disqualify vests in the court…
            Unfortunately, the courts have been out of service following the strike action declared by JUSUN…
            The nunc dimittis would long have been read over the candidacy of perfidious Buhari were the courts in sitting!!!!

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            @Etomi,

            You describe GMB as “perfidious”?

            Care to explain why, how and when?

          • Etomi

            Buhari’s misrepresentations is the height of perfidy, particularly considering that here is a man who claims to be above board; who’s declared his commitment to fighting corruption (or lack of integrity), but alas! fails to purge himself of his baggage and come clean…
            Buhari claims and affirms that he has formal school training that touched base with Secondary Education for which he was certificated…
            Thus, he swears an affidavit that his claim or representation to the effect that he is educated below, up to and beyond secondary school is a verity and an open-to-scrutiny truth…
            However, the time within which the Law obliges him to fetch and submit to INEC copies of his credentials, which are to be attached to the said affidavit as evidencing the verity of his representations or claims therein, has since elapsed…
            Rather than produce the certificates, all that Buhari, as well as his gratuitous and paid goons, have been doing is to post his early pictures in school as if these are the certificates in demand by Law….

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            @Etomi, I think I have given your ignorance of the demands of the law enough space to hang you.

            Disconcertingly, you have allowed this ignorance to pervade your very consciousness and rational thoughts process to the point of becoming volatile and extremely irrational enough to arrogate the powers of judge, jury and executioner to yourself.

            The scary thought is that you are obviously educated but have chosen to pervert the very purpose of your education.

          • Etomi

            Ad hominem, ad hominem, ad hominem!!!!!!
            Your verbiage is simply glib effusion of what logicians have long characterized as one of the FALLACIES IN REASONING AND RHETORIC….
            I thought we could invite decent argument into our midst; but behold, you seem hopelessly impossible…
            Rather than engage my averrments with point-by-point compelling rebuttals, you would lunch a tirade of invectives!!!!
            I challenge Buhari to proceed to INEC and submit those pictures as his certificates…

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            You presume in your ignorance that you hold a fount of knowledge on a subject which was clearly out of your intellectual depth, and without taking the time out to familiarise yourself with the topic, why would I continue an exchange onto an infertile mind?

            It wasn’t a personal attack, it was simply an observation about your person and the current topic you are discussing.

            If you chose to take it personal, that is your choice.

            I do not feel that I should take the responsibility of educating you on a topic should otherwise have apprised yourself.

            On the contrary, I expect us to debate the finer points of the law on the requirements here instead of the heckling platform you appear bent on mounting.

          • Etomi

            I was taught the Rules of Statutory Construction in my elementary Legal System and Legal Method in Faculty of Law…
            One of my distinguished teachers was Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), APC’s VP aspirant…
            It is one thing to refer us to section 318 of the Constitution..
            It is another thing to understand the meaning of the said s.318 as it exists in the constitution..
            It is yet another thing to know how to deploy the said Rules of Statutory Construction in making sense of that section and its intendment by its framers…
            Please help me to understand your depth of appreciation as it relates to the subject in contention…

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            As an Elective, I presume.

          • Etomi

            Mr. Impostor Esq….
            It is INDEED an ELECTIVE….
            Hahahahahahahahah…
            I wan laff die!?!?

          • Etomi

            I wonder when sworn affidavit began to constitute “Certificate” or “Qualification…”

          • Etomi

            Mr. Impostor, please I’m waiting for us to debate the “finer points of Law” if you indeed have any legal knowledge or training whatsoever!!!!!!

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            Yawn!

      • King Carlos

        Go to court.

    • bashow

      “too” late you meant.

  • Issei

    The truth is I doubt if free fair and credible election will conducted,under the present situation in the north eastern part of Nigeria,according to reports emanating from Adamawa bauchi Borno Gombe Taraba and Yobe states,no body will risk his life in the name of INEC job to go to these states,for election or any other job,government will have to do the needful,by way of postponing the elections in those states if the law allows it,or better still,go for Pastor Bakare formula.

    • tyson

      ormer BPE Boss and the deputy National Secretary of APC, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has been described as a liar when he claimed Gen Ibrahim Babangida recently wrote President Goodluck Jonathan condemning his( Rufai) invitation by the SSS.

      . El-Rufai claimed that the former President Babangida (IBB) wrote a letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, condemning his arrest.

      Apparently, IBB did not write any letter ‘lecturing’ President Jonathan, as El-Rufai made some to believe on his twitter and facebook pages.

      The truth is, in 2011 Babangida actually wrote a letter to Jonathan published in the Vanguard, when El Rufai had a similar brush with the SSS, but El Rufai, using one of his lackeys on twitter and Facebook called Omojuwa, doctored the 2011 letter, made it look like it was written this week, and splashed it on social media .

  • NWANCHOR

    ANY ARRANGEE FROM PDP THAT IS ANTI PEOPLE WOULD BE RESISTED WHETHER BY INTERIM GOVT,POSTPONEMENT RIGGING,OR HANDING OVER TO THE MILITARY. THEY SHOULD LEARN FROM SRI LANKA OR OTHER WEST AFRICAN COUNTRIES.

    • Gong-ho

      General Buhari and the INEC dilemma

      The INEC Chairman – Professor Jega – is in all sorts of troubles.
      He has the prescribed duty to clear the presidential candidates to run.
      That duty means declining to certify Buhari to run as the APC candidate.
      Jega cannot avoid that lawful duty and claim to be competent or honest.

      Muhammadu Buhari wrote in his INEC form that he has WASC education.
      But he did not attach any WASC certificate required by the Electoral law.
      Whereas, Buhari did NOT complete secondary school education, or, did
      he obtain a secondary school leaving certificate; and so, he’s un-qualified.

      • tyson

        LET BUHARI CONTEST THE ELECTIONS– JONATHAN WILL BE THE LAST PERSON TO CHASE HIM OUT OF THE RACE–U PEOPLE HAVE BEEN BACKING THE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OF BUHARI–U CLAIM TO WANT TO FIGHT CORRUPTION–BUT ALLOW THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE OF APC TO USE CORRUPT IDEAS TO CONTEST THE ELECTIONS–HOW MANY FULANIS DO WE HAVE IN THE ARMY THAT ENLISTED INTO THE ARMED FORCES THROUGH THE BACK DOOR LIKE BUHARI

      • Otile

        The Yorubas have waived education, good health, and sound judgement for him. He doesn’t have to show anything, yet they call it justice. We cannot continue to put up with one rule for the Fulani and another for people east of the Niger.

        • tick

          You are religious and tribal big0t. we don’t need your type in new Nigeria

    • tyson

      TELL YR APC PEOPLE AND THE NIGHT SOIL MEN THERE TO STOP PLANTING FAKE STORIES AND FORGED CERTIFICATES AROUND-

  • Dele Bright

    My People,

    Islam is the major problem with Nigeria. All else is secondary.
    Muslims repudiate the constitution holding Nigeria to together.
    Nigerian Muslims then break up national unity in consequence.
    They then split the Nigerian Army into armed religious camps.
    Furthermore, Nigerian Muslims declare themselves SUPERIOR.
    They then import arms to wage war against the national army.
    Along the way they rape, loot and burn all Christian churches.
    To complete the goriness, they behead Christians and soldiers.

    • Otile

      I am glad you said these truths. If I wrote it Yorubas would shower me with insults and abuses. God bless you for saying my mind.

    • Sams

      Hahahahahahahahahaha You actually think Nigerians are as dumb as you????

  • tyson

    former BPE Boss and the deputy National Secretary of APC, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has been described as a liar when he claimed Gen Ibrahim Babangida recently wrote President Goodluck Jonathan condemning his( Rufai) invitation by the SSS.

    . El-Rufai claimed that the former President Babangida (IBB) wrote a letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, condemning his arrest.

    Apparently, IBB did not write any letter ‘lecturing’ President Jonathan, as El-Rufai made some to believe on his twitter and facebook pages.

    The truth is, in 2011 Babangida actually wrote a letter to Jonathan published in the Vanguard, when El Rufai had a similar brush with the SSS, but El Rufai, using one of his lackeys on twitter and Facebook called Omojuwa, doctored the 2011 letter, made it look like it was written this week, and splashed it on social media .THIS ONE NKO? IS IT NOT FROM THE SMELLY CUP-BOARD OF THE NIGHT SOIL MEN AND JUJU PRIEST IN APC?

    • Sams

      How is your comment related to the news article??? Oh, I see. You don’t read anything. You just copy and paste stuff everywhere.

  • Segun Pearce

    What is wrong with emergency military rule to deter genocidal Islamism in Nigeria,
    and for the purpose of deterring an Islamic State of Nigeria now, and, for all times?
    I am just asking those saying stronger measures are needed to stop Nigeria bleeding.

    • Sol

      My name is Solomon iheanacho. I support the motion.

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      Military rule is not only an aberration, it is unknown to the law.

      This kite will not fly.

    • tyson

      NOTHING EXCEPT THAT IT WAS THE SAME MILITARY UNDER BUHARI –THAT KILLED TAI SOLARIN– FELA –CHIEF GANI– PA AJASIN–BEKO –RANSOME KUTI–THAT MADE AWO TO SAY THE WORST CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT IS BETTER THAN THE MILIARATY—SOME JUST WANT THE MILATRYY TO COME BACK BECAUSE OF THEIR HATRED FOR THE SS– YET THEY DO NOT WANT TO TO SECEDE ON THEIR OWN WITHOUT FIRING A SHOT-

      • Ike

        But is this democracy in your heart of hearts; is this democracy?
        What’s going on in Nigeria is primitive accumulation with impunity.
        No political thought bars military displacement of legalized robbery.

  • tyson

    ormer BPE Boss and the deputy National Secretary of APC, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has been described as a liar when he claimed Gen Ibrahim Babangida recently wrote President Goodluck Jonathan condemning his( Rufai) invitation by the SSS.

    . El-Rufai claimed that the former President Babangida (IBB) wrote a letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, condemning his arrest.

    Apparently, IBB did not write any letter ‘lecturing’ President Jonathan, as El-Rufai made some to believe on his twitter and facebook pages.

    The truth is, in 2011 Babangida actually wrote a letter to Jonathan published in the Vanguard, when El Rufai had a similar brush with the SSS, but El Rufai, using one of his lackeys on twitter and Facebook called Omojuwa, doctored the 2011 letter, made it look like it was written this week, and splashed it on social media .THIS ONE NKO? IS IT NOT FROM THE SMELLY CUP-BOARD OF THE NIGHT SOIL MEN AND JUJU PRIEST IN APC?

  • the truth

    Just as I said earlier on the previous post,this saboteurs always incite the public with lies and propaganda.I am not surprised as this is their trademark.they would even lie on the bible and quran

  • Folubi Harper

    Please, i am not against military revolution, given Nigeria’s imminent cataclysm.

    • Dafe

      @ Folubi:

      Ha, ha! Wonderful. So, Nigerians are now thinking. I thought you say stealing is ‘nascent democracy’?
      Your eyes have now opened, but Nigeria has lost a decade and half as much again to just 6,000 politicians –
      who blindfolded 170 million useful idiots into false belief that democracy means voting once in 4 years.
      The intervening period the politicians devote to wicked stealing of the treasury, state lands, and, other assets.

      • Watchtower

        WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT ………..Primate Olabayo

        “It is my prophecy that 2015 is a year of blood. I see blood flowing ceaselessly in the land.
        What i am seeing is not a military incursion into the body polity but the poor will take on
        the rich. It is a revolution i am seeing in no distant future in Nigeria. A man of destiny
        will take over the reins of governance and most corrupt people who’ve been parading
        themselves and masquerading as Nigerian leaders, if they are not dead, will be jailed.

        Between now and end of January, the country (Nigeria) will witness the worst era of bloodshed
        in its history. And if at all there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of president
        is not vacant, that means if at all there is going to be a presidential election, it will be
        inconclusive, just like the June 12 election we had during the time of the late MKO Abiola.

        God told me that they are going to rig the election and this will cause an upheaval.
        The results of the 2015 election will not be declared. And if the result is declared,
        the winners of the election will not govern. Whether they call themselves APC or codeine,
        they are all the same. I have told you, there may not be election next year”.

        ………………..Primate Olabayo

        [December 30, 2014]

        • Dan Arewa

          All this will happen only in your house by God’s grace.

        • Sheriff Jimoh

          PROPHET OF DOOM. KEEP YOU BAD DREAMS TO YOURSELF

      • Bolu Animashaun

        Let’s say the truth, the choice on offer in this 2015 election is nothing to write home.
        Nigerians are almost being coerced to choose between incompetence and illiteracy.
        That’s no choice at all – either way the votes will not help Nigeria or bring any peace.
        Because neither man has a clue to resolving the Islamist Jihad overarching Nigeria.

  • Otile

    How will Nigerians feel to know that their president failed to have an ordinary elementary education, cannot produce a secondary school certificate, and made no effort in his life to acquired any of these basic certificates. This is a disgrace to the Nigerian nation no matter how you look at it.

    If they don’t want Jonathan can’t they find a young educated Nigerian who can stand shoulder to shoulder with other world leaders? This is a disgrace to the Nigerian nation.

    • endingNaija

      Ole, How will Nigerians feel to see that their President -Goodluck Jonathan -is in alliance with his woman-Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke in cornering 20 billion dollars NNPC money, Nigerian tax payers’ money?

      • Etomi

        Silly you!!!!
        Even when APC’s Bokola Saraki-led Senate committee that investigated the so-called missing $20billion has declared that upon conclusion of their investigations, no such amount was found to be missing, you still go about like a possessed parrot sniggering about missing billions…
        Maybe it is your billion dollars that is missing in your dreams…

    • Sams

      You are right. If only we can find a younger person with a PhD, things will be much better in this country.

    • SHERIFF JIMOH

      The shame is on you, at this stage of our development,we still cannot boast of anything. ROADS POWER SUPPLY,WATER HEALTH and many more. Education is not just learning to read and write but what you can do with that skill. The so called Dr. failed woefully Mr. president what do you stand for? reply, I stand for the future. I ask, what about the present. shame on you!

      Moses

    • tick

      A real shame. fixated with trash.

  • Thecreed

    It is from the abundance of the heart, that the mouth speaketh. PDP will resort to all manners of antics to retain power, even when they’ve been rejected by the electorate. Eternal vigilance is however the watch word, come Feb. 14th! Power must change hands!!

  • TRUTH MASTER

    Good to hear from you again, Dr Okupe. Thought you had gone into exile ahead of an impending APC victory in next month’s polls. Not to worry, you cannot determine who your government will hand over to or who it won’t hand over to. That’s for the Nigerian people to decide.

  • favourtalk

    At least you have spoken now, we now believes that failure to deny buhari his winning ticket will be held against you right now, we need change and GEJ will fail. No matter what they tries to do, we will not be fooled by thir propaganda. GEJ is going back to otuoke by his grace because we are not seeing any development around us.

  • tundemash

    so this bast@rd is still around ????

  • jack

    APC and terrorist Buhari is going back to sambisa forest

  • dankasa

    Please I beg, PDP before saying anything again they should not forget that almost in every group of 5 Nigerians, 2 are using Smart phones and in this global jungle, things you say go viral in a winkle of an eye, so stop denying what you people are responsible for. on his Certificates also, INEC being an executive body empowered by the constitution said it has no problem with him, they have the Certs and anybody not satisfied with this position can go to Court. i think ”Bastard Ruben” has every constitutional right under FIB to go to Court to stop. This is a moving train and smear campaigns of character assassination will not stop it or stop you from losing election. wawa kawai!

  • Mr. Abdin

    Nigerians are calling for positive change that is why we believe that there is no amount of intimidation that can stop Nigerians from protecting their votes. Change is what we need and hope fully PDP will be shown the way out come FeBuhari.

  • Onwa na etiri oha 1!

    Nnaa ife osoro unu mee… Buhari ka anyi ga eso. Whether good or bad, na Buhari we go follow. Ndi pdp je nu zuru ike.

  • Onwa na etiri oha 1!

    Abi una think say na to promise Pastors in FCT 1m to campaign for u in their various churches go solve una problem? Una don fail because church members eyes don open. The worst be say many pastors just dey allow themselves to be used. When anyone sees black and calls it white, that person has sinned and that is what most Nigerian pastors are doing right now… But like I said, Jonathan and him group cup don full to d brim. WE NO GO VOTE DEM AGAIN! GEJ might not get a single vote in Abia from the way things are playing out…. People don hate dem baaaad…. and the closer d election day, d more hatred his attitude attracts towards him… Iko ya e ju go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!