Buhari Spends N1bn To Rent Crowd For Each Rally – Buba Galadima

Buba Galadima, A spokesman of the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, has accused the ruling APC Presidential Candidate president Muhammadu Buhari of making nonsense of his anti-corruption fight by endorsing “certified” crooks for elective posts.

Galadima made this known while appearing on Channels Television’s “Sunday Politics”.

He said, “It is shameful that somebody who rides on the issue of corruption will raise the hand of a thief, certified crook, and say this is our candidate.

In Kano, you have seen the President raising the hand of a corrupt individual, a corrupt person that the whole nation has seen taking bribes, they are talking of corruption, that man belongs to them.

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“They brought people from Niger, my good friend the Sultanate of Damagaram and two Governors from the Niger Republic, they are already telling us that they will bring aliens to vote for them.”


Galadima also accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) of spending billions to rent crowds for Buhari’s campaigns across the country.

He said, “Every campaign that Buhari goes to in an APC controlled state, local governments are empowered with twenty to forty-five million naira to purchase people and bring them to these rallies, and suddenly Buhari starts addressing the crowd and they all disappear because they must fulfil the contract for which they were brought in.”

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He also said that contrary to believe, Atiku will defeat Buhari in the North West.


“I want to say that in the Northwest, namely Kebbi, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kano, Jigawa and Kaduna, Atiku will defeat Buhari 60 to 40 per cent on the minimum,” Galadima said.

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