Buhari will run for 2nd term in 2019, Nigerians will support him - Presidency | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

The Presidency has dismissed suggestions that President Muhammadu Buhari will be deserted by the masses in 2019 by former CPC member, Alhaji Buba Galadima.

A statement by Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu said the claim is unfounded and utterly ridiculous, confusing and misleading.

He said ordinary Nigerians are the backbone of Buhari's mandate and the only reason he ran for the office is to protect them against the rapacious merchants of corruption, who have held Nigeria back for decades.

He said the masses are solidly behind Buhari because he is not stealing their money and their future, that the President's enormous goodwill remains ever strong because the people are convinced the President is acting in their best interest, despite the temporary unintended consequences of reforms.

"President Muhammadu Buhari is far from isolation. He enjoys a very strategic relationship with ordinary Nigerians. This relationship is as solid a the proverbial rock," he said. "If Buba Galadima thinks that because he has no role and no job in this government that means president is isolated he is putting himself up to ridicule."

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  1. Forget about 2019 for now we are yet to see the positive changes you promised us. Nigerians are suffering what are you doing about the lingering recession.

  2. Enter your comment...NE where did Mr. President say he will run 2019? Misleading journalism. Trump na him fit all of una journalists

  3. Mumu! After come and take My voters card and help me Vote for Buhari since u are now speaking the mind of ordinary Nigerian who are suffering

  4. You liar! this President is not representing the interest of the masses. Name one policy that is not anti masses that has been put forward by your greedy team of mediocre. Your lies will eventually bring you down.

  5. He should just forget to dream about it.

  6. APCeeee....Chains and suffering


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