Breaking: Presidency reacts to Buhari’s alleged refusal to hand over to Tinubu
On Friday, the Presidency denied reports that President Muhammadu Buhari had refused to turn over power to Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the president-elect.
It was understood that reports in an online news outlet had stated that the president had no intention of ceding power to the incoming president.
The presidency responded to the reports by stating that handover preparations are already well underway in a statement released by Mallam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity.
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The Presidency wishes to denounce as outrageous and fake, and condemns the fake news brigade for circulating a false quote that was attributed to President Muhammadu Buhari.
How can you fervently support someone, cast your vote for him, and then declare that you won’t hand over to him? It’s hard to believe.
Since their ownership is politically partisan in today’s politics—in fact, a loser in the presidential election—the Sahara Reporters are in a pretty pitiful situation. They sell lies repeatedly in the hopes that people will accept them as truth rather than discussing the problems.
Governmental transition is already underway. To prepare for the transition to the Tinubu/Shettima administration, representatives of the outgoing and incoming administrations meet almost daily in the Transition Committee.
Thirteen committees that are offshoots of the main committee are either already at work or will be soon, some of which are planning military drills and President Buhari’s withdrawal. There are currently no problems and everything is running smoothly.
Regarding the President, the Daura community has started making plans to welcome their son home after his successful leadership of the nation for two terms totaling eight years. For his part, he can’t wait to get back home and retire.