The party's National Deputy Publicity Secretary, Alfa Mohammed, in a statement issued in Abuja yesterday, said for over the past three years, Buhari had not been able to provide the much-desired change for which he was overwhelmingly elected.
Buhari, who is now in London on a private visit, said there was no time he promised Nigerians that he would serve for only one term if elected as the country's president.
"This is the same Buhari who told us in 2015 that he will not seek re-election after completing his first tenure on account of old age and health grounds".
Corrupt Nigerians who are custodians of slush funds stolen from Nigeria, and hiding in United Kingdom or are resident cronies colluded with some elements to form a league of protesters with a singular aim of distracting and disorganising the scheduled state visit of the President to England, for bilateral talks with Prime Minister Theresa May and other dignitaries.
The party, however, doubted whether President Buhari's declaration was "the final revelation of the impending demise of APC". It has never happened but under Buhari N-Power it happened.
He said that further meetings had also been scheduled for the President to see some prominent British and Nigerians residing in Britain. "Before the declaration, there tended to be lack of clarity as to where we were going".
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He cited an example of a former president of the country who equally failed to secure the votes in his state and region, but ended up winning the presidential election twice.
Shittu, who is the coordinator of the Buhari/Osinbajo Dynamic Support Group, described Buhari's declaration for a second term as a welcome development.
He said: "The President is a very responsible man".
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"Yes, there had been a lot of appeals". I have sat in different meetings with different groups and the president and all of them the reason they came was that they run for a second term in office.
This was made known by President Buhari's spokesman, Femi Adesina while speaking on Sunrise Daily, a Channels Television programme on Tuesday, April 10.