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Published On: Tue, Apr 17th, 2018

Group lauds Buhari’s decision to seek reelection in 2019

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From Ahmad Mohammed, Bauchi

The Buhari Coalition on Peace and Support for Justice (BCPSJ) Bauchi state has expressed their support to the President Mohammed Buhari’s declaration bid to re-contest in 2019 forth coming general elections.
The Chairman of the group in the Bauchi Alhaji Aliyu Sa’idu disclose this over the weekend to newsmen in Bauchi. He said the group support the declaration of President Mohammed Buhari’s declaration to re-contest for presidency 2019.
Sa’idu said that Buhari Coalition on Peace and Support for Justice was introduced after the conduct of the 2015 general elections to give support to the President for effective discharge of his responsibilities,
He advice the National Assembly members to provide all the necessary support and level playing ground for the President to succeed.
Saidu said coalition will embark on massive campaign for the re-election of the President in view of the achievements recorded especially in economic diversification policy and security. The Chief Lecturer with the Department of Mass Communication, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi Hassan Hassan has called on Nigerians to consider the re-election of the President in view of the huge infrastructural projects initiated and executed by his administration,”
Hassan said the re-election of Mr President Mohammed Buhari will enable him consolidate on the achievements so far recorded.
He stressed that the need for people to understand the renewed values of governance and modesty of service exemplified by President Buhari.
“Which include culture of change, Accountability, and respect to rule of law among others,” he said Lecturer describe d the declaration of President Buhari to re-contest in 2019 general elections as a welcome development.
He however advised him not to use public funds throughout his campaigns.

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