- The PMB-SWC declares that there is no capable leader in Nigeria that can defeat Buhari in 2019
- The campaign group says Buhari has shown effective leadership in the country
- The group says it is carrying out enlightenment in a part of the country ahead of the 2019 election
The north central chapter of the PMB Sensitisation/Workshop Committee (PMB-SWC), on Tuesday, August 7, declared that there is no Nigerian leader that can currently defeat President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.
The Nation reports that the group, which is campaigning for the reelection of President Buhari, spoke at a news conference in Abuja to unveil the group’s activities.
The group’s chairman, Williams Ozi-Raji, said the integrity and achievements of the president will speak for him during the 2019 elections.
According to Ozi-Raji, plans have been concluded to carry out sensitisation programmes across the north central states on the need to reelect the president for a second term.
The group claimed that President Buhari had zero-tolerance for corruption and injustice, noting that his political will had helped in transforming the economy.
“Within the age bracket of those who have served in government, we do not have anybody that equals the president in terms of character, credibility and persons.
“After President Muhammadu Buhari, only a few of the younger generation can match his character and credibility.
“But within the age bracket of those who have served in government and still intend to serve, they do not have any person that can equally wear his shoe,” he said adding that the group would work for the election of other contestants in the All Progressives Congress (APC) from ward to the federal level.
“In achieving this, a lot has been put on ground structurally because if you do not plan, it simply means you have planned to fail.
“We are also to ensure that every Nigerian in the north central is properly educated on what PMB has done for Nigerians for him to deserve a second term.
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“This will be from the ward, local and state level in the north central states; the road transport workers, civil servants, the less-privileged and the physically-challenged will all be carried along,” he said as he dismissed claims that the entry of the New-Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP) into the APC was responsible for Buhari’s victory in 2015.
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NAIJ.com earlier reported that the speaker of the Borno House of Assembly, Abdulkarim Lawan, declared that the entire state will vote for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.
Lawan boasted that the current gale of defections from the All Progressives Congress (APC) will not get near the state.