Nigeria president to seek re-election in 2019

Nigeria president to seek re-election in 2019

Nigeria president to seek re-election in 2019

Buhari, 75, had on Monday shortly before he left for London, declared his intention to run for presidential election in 2019. It has never happened but under Buhari N-Power it happened.

In conclusion, we hereby urge all Nigerian youths to get their Permanent Voter Card (PVC) - no matter how hard, and enthusiastically participate in the democratic process by saying NEVER AGAIN to President Muhammadu Buhari's administration in Nigeria.

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, while commenting on the protest by a group of Nigerians outside the Nigeria House in London. But did he win in that year, no.

He said Buhari's interest to seek for second term smacked insensitivity against the backdrop of the earlier piece of advice for him not to re-contest in the face of rising cases of insecurity, excruciating poverty, horrific conditions of the citizenry and unemployment even attested by the global community. "Go and Get your voter's card ready and come 2019, we shall send APC out of Aso-Rock", the statement concluded.

He cited an example of a former president of the country who equally failed to secure the votes in his state and region, but ended up winning the presidential election twice.

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"What Mr President did yesterday (Monday), we had done that much back on his behalf; that is the Mohammadu Buhari/Osinbajo Dynamic Support Group".

The President came highly recommended as a man of integrity and he has lived up to this billing with his fight against corruption. If there had been any warning, any red light from his doctor, you know, he wouldn't have ventured into it, unless you are telling me there is something you know that I don't know. If there was any warning he wouldn't do it''.

"The Buhari / APC led Federal Govt has brought untold hardship, excruciating pains and debilitating poverty on Nigerians".

"There were a lot of convincing and appeals".

"We believe in the President, we want him to keep running the country in the right direction". He needs to have time to reflect, refurbish physically and recoup and after appropriate rest, once again, join the stock of Nigerian leaders whose experience, influence, wisdom and outreach can be deployed on the sideline for the good of the country.

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