In readiness for the 2019 Presidential election, South-West Director-General, Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation, Chief Olusola Oke (SAN), has promised to campaign vigorously for the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The former governorship candidate of Alliance for Democracy (AD) in Ondo State made this declaration in a press conference in Ibadan on Friday.
He stated that the plan of the party to run an issue-based campaign across the south-west, would increase the chances of victory in the region.
“The south-west is very unique and significant in this transition, and those who care know that the region has never had it so good like this.
“APC is our hope and strength in the south-west. We are going to kick-start our campaign very soon and it is going to be whirlwind,” he said.
Oke said that the Buhari administration in the country had in the last three and a half years laid solid foundation for the building of a super structure.
“The damage of the past is not what can be repaired overnight. Buhari inherited a system that is decadent. There was total decay in infrastructure, psyche and orientation.
“Today, we are fixing the economy; it may not be clearly seen, but the economy is growing. Buhari had since assumption of office been laying solid foundation for national growth and development.
“The nation has gained the confidence of international communities with these efforts. This is why he deserves our support to lead Nigeria to the next level,” Oke said.
He stated that President Buhari emergence in 2015 have increased the confidence the world has in the country in the area of integrity, unlike the bad reputation the previous governments were known for.
The lawyer noted that no country can survive grand corruption, massive treasury looting and infrastructure decay.
According to him, the Nigeria people are now aware of the dangers of corruption.
“Anybody, no matter how daring today, will think twice before looting the treasury because the mention of Buhari’s name.”
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