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Buhari needs 2nd term to Consolidate Achievements – Buhari Support Organization

A political pressure group for President Muhammadu Bu­hari known as ‘ Buhari Sup­port Organisation ‘ (BSO) Enugu State Chapter, has said the claims by Minister of Women Affiars Jummia Alhassan that President Buhari told her he will rule for only one term is blatant lie.

The group stated that rather President Buhari needs a second term to consolidate on his achieve­ments in revamping the nation’s decayed infrastructure, providing enabling environment for the in­dustrial sector, proper execution of the war against corruption and insecurity, Youth restiveness, etc, thereby laying a solid foundation for Nigeria’s economic prosperity.

In a Press statement released in Enugu yesterday, signed by their state chairman, Chief Anike Nwo­ga, a copy of which was made avail­able to ‘The Authority’ the group said President Buhari at no time told anybody that he would not run in 2019 and described Jummia Alhassan’s statement on the matter as very provocative and misleading.

BSO stated “whereas Women Affairs Minister, Jummia Alhassan has the inalienable right to support anybody of her choice for president in 2019, We are of the candid opin­ion that President Muhammadu Buhari should complete his 2nd Term.

“From all our interactions and that of our leadership, with Presi­dent Buhari before the election, there was no day the issue of one term was discussed. Rather from day one we had always known that the rot left behind by the successive Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) squander mania regimes was so deep and that President Muham­madu Buhari needed eight years in order to cleanse the Augean Stable. And to be exact he needs to consolidate the war against corrup­tion, insecurity in the land and to consolidate the solid foundation for economic prosperity.

“All we in the BSO are praying to God is to guard and give Presi­dent Muhammadu Buhari good health to complete the good works he is doing in revamping our criti­cal infrastructure, Enugu Coal, 2nd Niger Bridge and so on.” Chief An­ike said.

Commenting on the lopsided­ness of President Buhari’s appoint­ments which seemingly is against Ndigbo,Chief Anike assured that President Buhari will soon redress the imbalance.

His words: “We are sure Mr. President is going to readdress the imbalance, BSO has always focused more on fixing the decayed infra­structure nationwide which will provide employment, alleviate pov­erty and cushion poverty. Because we know that there will be overhaul and more appointments, we view appointments as temporary and transient.”

“Remember that during the 2015 presidential campaign we told our people that after President Buhari’s 2nd Term, it will be the turn of the South East. For the zoning conven­tion favours Ndigbo because our brethren in the South West and the South-South had eight years and 5 years stint at the presidency respec­tively after our return to civil rule in 1999. This is why we told His Ex­cellency, Owelle Rochas Okorocha not to challenge the zoning conven­tion.” BSO Enugu State submitted.

Nwoga equally took a swipe at former Vice President Alhaji Abubakar for claiming that he was sidelined after he contributed in in­stalling the President Muhammadu Buhari led APC federal govern­ment, arguing that if he was indeed sidelined, how come Garba Shehu, Dauda Abari, Jumai Alhasssan the agent provocateur and a host of others are close aides of Mr. Presi­dent?

“We know Atiku is her god­father. But, it is difficult for us to comprehend why she should make such an outburst against President Buhari, especially considering what this honest man went through while on medical vacation in Lon­don. Her outburst clearly shows her disloyalty to the Buhari gov­ernment and so we see no reason why she should remain in office as Minister. She should be honourable enough to resign and face Atiku’s 2019 campaign.

“On the other hand, we are not surprised that Atiku said he was sidelined. How could Atiku say he was sidelined, when he nomi­nated Hajia Alhassan,Garba Shehu, Dauda Abari and host of others of his loyalist into the FEC and impor­tant offices. Atiku’s problem is that Buhari is not sharing money. Under the guise of privatization, we know those who sold all the national as­sets to themselves when they were in the presidency” Nwoga said.


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