Yusuf Musa Ardo, has called on Nigerians at home and in Diaspora to support President Muhammadu Buhari to win the 2019 re-election bid. The anti- corruption war and fights against insecurity will be consolidated. We have many things to focus on, like security, agriculture, economy, anti-corruption, and many others.
He said: "it was a cheerful news to us today that President Muhammadu Buhari has accepted to run for a second term in office". This was partially a function of the reliance on oil that saw us abandon the historical revenue collection systems and switch to a culture of sharing resources, rather than generating them.
"We will double our efforts at ADP to provide a credible alternative that will have the age, vitality, character and know-how to take Nigeria out of the woods".
He also defended his record, saying his administration had cut "the importation of rice by about 90%, saving billions of dollars in the process". People who rushed into petrol money have now gone back to agriculture.
Israel says Syria brought airstrikes on itself
Stoltenberg said that the strike "will reduce the regime's ability to further attack the people of Syria with chemical weapons". According to a Syrian government official, around 30 missiles were fired in the attack, and a third of them were shot down.
"PDP demands that the National Assembly save the nation from an imminent constitutional crisis by immediately commencing processes to address the current power vacuum in the country, following President Muhammadu Buhari's decision to embark on a private trip overseas without officially transmitting power to the Vice President". Nigeria should be able to feed itself comfortably soon.
According to him, no true religion advocates the hurting or killing of the innocent.
The lawmaker said that nobody has the right to tell the President not to seek reelection, it is the electorate that would determine his fate with their voting power. "But we are working on solutions".
While receiving the Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Reverend Justin Welby in London on Wednesday, President Buhari said it was necessary for him to make his intention public because many Nigerians wanted to know his intention.