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Why some still flock around Jonathan – Buhari

Buhari said this through a representative in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, during a peace rally organized by the South-South chapter of the Buhari Friends Organization…

Buhari said this through a representative in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, during a peace rally organized by the South-South chapter of the Buhari Friends Organization Network (BFON) at the weekend.
The APC candidate, who was represented by a chieftain of the party, Alhaji Sanusi Maisaida from Kastina State, said it was preposterous for President Jonathan to go about canvassing for support from Nigerians after six years of misrule.
He thanked the people of Akwa Ibom State for the massive support accorded him during the presidential rally there, saying the large turnout was a testimony of their dissatisfaction with the PDP administration in the state.
“The general asked me to express his appreciation to you for the massive support you have shown so far, it shows that you need change, even the PDP itself needs change. For somebody who has been president for six years with all the military and security paraphernalia coming back to canvass for support to tackle insecurity shows that he cannot give what he is promising,” he said.
The National Coordinator of BFON said Buhari stands for peace and charged APC supporters throughout the country to exhibit that peaceful disposition before and after the elections, saying supporters of other political party “are still our brothers and sisters.”

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