Re-Electing Buhari Means Stability For Nigeria’s Economy
“A lot has changed in our country and there’s need for continuity; no doubt, we have had our challenges.”
“No doubt, at the tail end, a number of challenges came about on security.”
“But that notwithstanding, to get us out of recession within a short time is not a mean feat; people don’t just appreciate it.”
“To talk about what we have been able to save in terms of cutting corruption, so many lives are affected by that.”
“So, I believe that within this short four years, President Buhari has done a lot,” he said.
He urged Nigerians to re-elect the president for another term to stabilise the economy and block leakages.
According to him, “re-electing another person might lead to the reversal of what the president has done in the last three years.”
“Let him (Buhari) continue and probably stabilise the economy more, and at least, block a few areas of leakages when it comes to corruption in this country.”
“Let him block it totally and make sure that we are on a sound footing to now move. Somebody else can come but it’s not like now.”
“So for us, who are supporting him, we believe that in the interest of stability, continuity and for the progress of the nation, we need President Buhari to have another four years and then we can move ahead.”
“President Buhari will win the election, let us leave what is happening here and there; he has captured it very well.”
“But if it’s the election for the president, President Muhammadu Buhari, by the grace of God, will win. His chances are very bright”