National chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Abdulahi Adamu, has said that the party is unhappy over its national leader Bola Tinubu’s recent utterances against President Muhammadu Buhari.
Adamu spoke on Saturday while addressing pressmen in Abuja ahead of the party’s national convention slated for Tuesday, adding that his outburst was an insult to the president.
The APC chairman said Tinubu’s apology wasn’t enough and he might be sanctioned by the party.
He also announced that all APC presidential aspirants will be meeting Muhammadu Buhari tonight, June 4.
Recall that Tinubu, while addressing delegates in Abeokuta, Ogun state said Buhari wouldn’t have become president in 2015 if not for him.
He had said; “If not for me that stood behind Buhari, he wouldn’t have become the president. He tried the first time, he failed, the second time, he failed, the third the, he failed, he even wept on national television and vowed never to contest again.
“But, I went to meet him in Kaduna and told him he will run again, I will stand by you and you will win, but you must not joke with Yorubas and he agreed”.