Shock as Abuja landlord ejects Buhari over N20 million rent

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At the moment, General Muhammadu Buhari,  candidate of  Congress for Change ,CPC  has no abode  in Abuja.Newsdiaryonline learnt Buhari has been ejected from what used to be known as his residence at Asokoro, Abuja because could not afford the N20 million to renew the rent.Even  after the rent was  reduced to N15 million, the General still could  not raise  the fund.The house was ejected from is located at number 11, Queen  Elizabeth street ,Asokoro.

Investigations revealed that associates  of Buhari made efforts  to convince him to reach out to Umaru Almakura, Nassarawa state ( who was elected the of CPC ) so that could offset the rent but Buhari refused to ask the for assistance. would rather maintain his integrity than have the spend money him.The CPC flagbearer  chose to move his property to Kaduna as soon as was evident he  could not raise the money his own.


Newsdiaryonline learnt that some of Buhari’s associates who wanted to avoid his ejection actually reached out  to the owner   of the property .And the landlord even agreed to slash the rent to N15million for the sake of the General  .Sadly, he could not pay and he accepted the option of moving his property to Kaduna .Buhari is believed to have made up his to put up somewhere he can afford whenever  he has something to do in Abuja henceforth.

But more interesting revelations unfolded upon further enquiry.Newsdiaryonline learnt even the two- year  rent which  became due for renewal was paid for by yet another retired senior military colleague.”I can tell you that was General Theophilus Danjuma that even paid the initial  rent for Buhari for him to move into that accommodation,”a source said in Abuja.

Initially,some observers  felt all Buhari needed to do was just to let the presidency know about his predicament and help could come easily.But the General apparently  didn’t think like that.Of , is understandable.His party ,CPC challenged the election of President Goodluck until the Supreme Court recently affirmed ’s victory.

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