From Yakubu Mustapha, Minna
The Niger State Coordinator of Buhari Support Group (BSG) and a Board member of Nigeria Port Authority, Alhaji Umar Shuaibu Suleja has decline a call by some peoples at his senatorial district to contest for 2019 senate seat, saying that the success of President Buhari is paramount for now.
Shuaibu Suleja made the clarification yesterday in Minna while speaking to some journalists after meeting with the group members saying that ‘we have never got it better than now because even the governors are given their dues accordingly “.
He said that the responsibilities given to him by the federal government called for support and commitment for the success of Buhari’s administration just as he can not do it alone however charged on Nigerians to give him the President another opportunity come 2019.
He stated that President Muhammadu Buhari meant well for Nigeria hence the introduction of Single Treasury Account (TSA) has crippled high level corruption experienced in the past administration in the country.
He added that President Buhari can never be suspected of any corruption and its tendencies and therefore deserved the support of all the citizens in order to get the country out of continued looting of public funds that had brought Nigeria to it present status in the committee of Nations.
The stalwart of All Progressives Congress APC hinted that the present administration has been able to blocked all linkages and wastages in the public service that led to non payment of salaries in about 27 states of the federation which led to bailouts.
He further explained that the service delivery of Buhari’s government has succeeded in the diversification of economic policy hence the solid minerals and agriculture has witnessed tremendous boost as over 70% of population of Nigerians are benefiting.
Shuaibu appreciated and thanked the people and group for finding him worthy for the senate seat adding that if the people are satisfied with the present lawmaker they wouldn’t have called for his service at this moment and called for better representation of our legislators.