Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

President Buhari To Seek Re-Election In 2019

President Buhari To Seek Re-Election In 2019

Bassey told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Uyo on Monday that the president had given the country a direction for Nigerians to appreciate his efforts in reviving the economy.

The protesters have vowed that they will take their demonstrations to the venue of CHOGM holding later in the month in Britain, which President Buhari is attending as a Commonwealth Head of State.

The request was contained in a letter which was read by the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, at plenary.

Mr Mohammed said it was left for Nigerians whether Mr Buhari will get another term or not.

He explained that the loan would be applied in the implementation of some infrastructural projects in the capital component of the 2017 Budget, which would be impossible without the loan.

"And I want to assure you that by the grace of God, Mohammadu Buhari will become president the second time", he said.

"It shows a great sense of commitment to the ideals of our party with a view to consolidating and positioning the party to continue delivering good governance in the overall interest of Nigerians".

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Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to perish the thought of returning as Nigeria's president in 2019.

"For instance in the area of job creation for youths, no government has ever in one day employed 200, 000 graduates".

Mr Abdullahi made the comments hours after President Buhari declared his intention to seek re-election at a closed-door meeting of the APC National Executive Committee (NEC) in Abuja. It has never happened but under Buhari N-Power it happened.

A political group, Atiku Abubakar Grassroots Ambassadors of Nigeria, has said there was nothing unusual about the decision of President Muhammadu Buhari to declare to run for a second term in office.

"Through this, he has provided jobs for 200, 000 families spread across the length and breadth of Nigeria".

Shehu said that President Buhari would also renew discussions with the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon.

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