R-APC: Nigerians react to the new APC faction, say they are confused

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The Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC), a new faction led by Buba Galadima broke away from the ruling party on Wednesday. Buba Galadima, who used to be an ally of President Muhammadu Buhari said during his inauguration as chairman of R-APC, that the Buhari administration was worse than the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government.

Galadima described the APC government as a “monumental disaster,” the need to form a new faction. Nigerians have however taken to social media to lament that both the APC and R-APC are the same noting that it reminds them of the what happened in 2015.

See how they reacted



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