2019: Re-electing President Buhari will consolidate progress made so far - BSO

2019: Re-electing President Buhari will consolidate progress made so far - BSO

- Nigerians have been urged to vote President Buhari to consolidate his achievements

- President of the UK chapter of the Buhari Support Organisation, Joseph Adebola, in a statement, said re-electing the president will move the country to the next level

- Adebola also added that the group has inaugurated five e-flyers and jingles in the country's major languages to support the president's re-election

The Buhari Support Organisation (BSO), United Kingdom chapter, says the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari in the coming election consolidate the progress made so far.

Joseph Adebola, leader of BSO UK, said this in a statement which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday, January 20 in Abuja

According to him, Buhari's re-election in the presidential election slated for February 16 would guarantee the advancement of the country to the next level and make it the envy of other nations.

Legit.ng gathers that he said the chapter, in its bid to boost the re-election campaigns of Buhari, recently inaugurated five e-flyers and jingles in the country's major languages.

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Adebola said the jingles would be released to major Nigerian radio stations across the 36 states of the federation including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). He said the idea was to further educate the people, especially, those at the grassroots on the achievements of Buhari and why he should be re-elected.

According to him, inauguration of the flyers and jingles is just a tip of the iceberg in the BSO campaign strategy.

Adebola enjoined Nigerians to come out en mass on February 16 to re-elect Buhari for continuity, adding that he deserves a second term in office.

He said BSO was poised to sensitise and educate Nigerians on the need to re-elect Buhari and APC candidates at the coming elections.

Adebola noted that the Buhari administration, which met an almost empty treasury on assumption of office, had managed to achieve a lot with minimal resources through prudent management and even redistribution of our commonwealth.

He said: “This is through the social investment programme and blocking loopholes created by previous administrations through which our common patrimony were either pilfered or looted to enrich political allies.

“Buhari and APC have managed to get Nigeria out of recession in record time and are steering the ship of governance steadily toward a progressive and prosperous future for the country."

Adebola further said that the achievements of the Buhari-led administration entitled him to a second term in office.

According to him, the administration has banned fraudulent foreign vessel lifting of crude oil and increased foreign investment and electricity generation in the country.

He added that through the Treasury Single Account (TSA), the administration had blocked revenue leakages and embarked on several social investment programmes in the interest of the common man.

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Adebola said the administration had also been able to restore the dignity of Nigerians in the international community and had drastically reduced the menace of insurgency in the country.

He, however, said there was still more to be done to move the country to the next level.

According to him, it is only Buhari and the APC government that has the capability and the political will to take Nigeria to the promised land.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) said that President Muhammadu Buhari had no reason whatsoever to rig the forthcoming presidential election.

The BMO made this assertion in a statement signed by its chairman, Niyi Akinsiju and secretary, Cassidy Madueke, in Abuja on Thursday, January 17.

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