Buhari Reveals What He Will Do To Ensure Free And Fair Election

By Ikenga Chronicles February 7, 2019

Buhari Reveals What He Will Do To Ensure Free And Fair Election

President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to provide adequate security to  mensure free and fair elections across the country.

President Buhari stated this while addressing party supporters at the Aper  Aku stadium, Makurdi, in continuation of his presidential campaign rally in Benue State.

President Buhari explained that when he came to Benue State in 2015 to canvas for votes, he promised to tackle three key areas which include economy, security and fight against corruption.

“You will recall, when I came to canvas for your votes in 2015, l promised three things; to improve economy, security and fighting corruption. I have been able to stop importation of foreign foods.

“Although fighting corruption has remained a major challenge of this government, I will not change but be consistent and steadfast. All recovered looted funds will be used to improve infrastructure, build roads, construct rail lines and improve power.”

On his part, the leader of the APC in Benue State, Senator George Akume, described the PDP-led government in the state as a failed one that had refused to improve on the welfare of Benue people.

According to him, Buhari had taken a bold step to rescue Nigeria from the hands of corrupt leaders who had completely milked the nation’s resources.

“Money meant  for fighting Boko  Haram was  shared mercilessly by  these corrupt leaders.

“Today, many of these people are running away from the money kept in the banks. Buhari does not love money; he was a Governor in two states, a former head of state and a minister of petroleum resources, yet he had no oil well.

“ Today, there is one Governor in the north central Nigeria who is richer than Buhari and has more money than Buhari in just three and half years of being a Governor,” Akume stated.

He explained that Benue people have no problems with Fulani herdsmen, saying that he was a Governor for eight years and no farmer had problem with any herder.