Elections: 2015 versus 2019 attires worn by President Buhari

Elections: 2015 versus 2019 attires worn by President Buhari

If you are familiar with the four plus four fingers movement, you will get a clear picture of how image goes a long way in reinforcing a particular message.

The 2019 elections are a few days away and certain things cannot be taken for granted. One of the foremost candidates is President Muhammadu Buhari and he was equally one of the main contenders in the 2015 elections which led to APC becoming the ruling party of Nigeria.

Emerging as president of a country as Nigeria comes with a responsibility to represent all ethnic groups across the nation. It is why during campaigns, style and fashion of a presidential candidate goes a long way in spreading the messages of unity and togetherness.

While a Nigerian citizen can only be from one or two ethnic groups in the country, anyone gunning for the number office has to show their love for the country and every ethnic group. This is easily done by adopting the culture and style of the each group and best to do so in a classy manner.

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President Buhari definitely got the memo and surprised many of his supporters in 2015 when he rocked native attires of different regions to show that he is first a citizen of the country and not just and indigene of Daura.

As 2019 elections draw nearer, the president has made his way to several corners of Nigeria with his Next Level campaign. As he touches down in different states, he make sure to represent the culture in his dressing and address.

Legit.ng presents legendary campaign attires worn by President Buhari in 2015 and 2019:

1. Buhari in Lagos

2. Four plus four movement

3. Tiv style

4. Eastern blessing

5. Igbo kwenu

6. Cross River represent

7. Baba Bubu

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8. Ijoba Buhari

9. Prestige

10. South eastern love

Which is your favourite?

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