Buhari Supporters Write Petition To Counter Petition Calling For His Resignation

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Supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari have written a petition to counter a similar one calling for his resignation or impeachment for violating court orders.

Buhari petition

Petition in support of President Buhari.

was published on iPetitions by Audu Bukarti on Sunday, January 3.

“Some political prostitutes and their clients have started an online petition calling on PMB to resign his office for their allegation that the president shown total lack of respect to court order when refused to release two high profile accused persons, Colonel Sambo Dasuki and the Biafran separatist leader, Nnamdi Kanu,” he wrote.

According to Bukarti, the anti-Buhari petition is a calculated attempt to demoralize the president and truncate his war against corruption.

“We cannot allow these political merchants to succeed. We must not allow this to happen. We must not let them demoralize our reverend president. They are targeting 1, 000 signatures. Let’s give our president at least 1, 000, 000 One Million) signatures before they complete their 1, 000,” Bukarti wrote.

The petition has received approximately 6657 signatures at the time of this publication.


a constitutional lawyer and founder of Change.org, President Buhari is being accused of violating his oath of office because he has not discharged his duties faithfully and in accordance with the Constitution.

The petition claims that “in holding Mr Kanu beyond the required period they have infracted on the Immigration Act, the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 and subsisting court 

Ajie asked Buhari to resign as president or face impeachment proceedings.

The petition has received approximately 2,404 signatures so far.

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