What Will Happen If I Lose Presidency Election In 2019 – President Muhammadu Buhari Said

President Muhammadu Buhari Speaks On His Chances At 2019 Polls

President Muhammadu Buhari, at the special town hall meeting yesterday (16th Jan. 2019), he said it is almost impossible for him to lose in the forthcoming general elections.


This is as result when he was asked on how he will take it, if he lost the presidency election  to another party in the forth coming elections.

President Muhammadu Buhari who spoke during a live programme tagged ‘The Candidates’ debate for the 2019 general elections in Abuja, further noted that it will not be the first time for him to lose an elections.


He stressed that he tried it three times earlier to be President but was unsuccessful until the introduction of electronic system and the Card Reader by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

According to him, it sounded impossible for him to lose the election because of the great reception he has continued to receive across the country during his reelection campaigns.

On whether he will quit office if he is defeated in the election, president Muhammadu Buhari said, “it won’t be the first time I will lose election,”.

“I tried 2003 and I was in court for 13 months, 2007. I was in court for 18 months in 2011 and went up to the Supreme Court. I sat down and said God Dey. For the fourth time, God and technology helped me.”

According to him, his administration is following a tedious way in fighting corruption, as it is carefully crosschecking the books and records.

He mentioned that there are instances where contracts were awarded to companies and individuals without the work done.

Speaking on whether he was getting frustrated by the slow pace of the fight against corruption,

President Muhammadu Buhari said “I can’t afford to get frustrated.”.

He also spoke on, why he has decided not to react on the bribery allegations against the governor of Kano State Abdullahi Ganduje.


“I am completely overwhelmed by the Ganduje case. I decided not to talk about it because the State Assembly has taken it up,” he said.

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