Opposition parties ask court to declare Buhari unfit to seek re-election

Opposition political parties have filed a suit at the Federal High Court, Abuja asking that President Muhammadu Buhari be declared medically unfit to seek re-election.

The first national spokesperson, Coalition of United Political Parties, Imo Ugochinyere, disclosed this at a press conference in Abuja on Thursday.

Ugochinyere said the coalition also sought for an order directing Buhari to make public the result of his medical examination.

Describing the step as a patriotic decision, he said re-electing the President would only empower cabal members who have hijacked the Presidency to rule for another four years.

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