Supporters Plan Big For Buhari’s Abuja Rally
by Leadership Newspaper
Ahead of Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) final campaign, before the March 28 election, the Buhari Global Support Group, Abuja chapter is set to clean all routes to the Eagle Square, the campaign venue, on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.
This was disclosed by the FCT coordinator of the group, Aja Nwani, during a chat with journalists, yesterday, saying the move is a symbolic gesture to welcome the people’s general to the heart of the nation.
Nwani said: “As a mark of our dedication to the cause of change in Nigeria, we are going to lead by example, which means we will troop out in the morning and sweep from Transcorp Hilton Hotel through Unity Fountain down to the square, so our general will take it up from there and cleanse Nigeria of all security nightmares, corruption, nepotism, inefficiency and cluelessness.
“We are doing this because it is our abiding faith that the Buhari/Osinbajo presidency shall restore our collective pride and place Nigeria on the path to true greatness. This will believe; this we shall achieve.”
According to him, “We are a group of Nigerians at home and in the diaspora committed to the actualisation of the Change Project that will be powered by the Muhammadu Buhari’s administration. We must, therefore, not fail to recognise the pride of place this Abuja rally will play in this movement to reclaim the soul of our nation.”
Speaking on Buhari’s chances of emerging the winner, in the forthcoming election, Nwani said events unfolding are clear enough that the coast is clear for a landslide victory for the general.
“I mean, when you look at the masses that come out to welcome Buhari in any state he goes to, you will know that the people are already clamouring for change and are ready to vote out the current ruling party.
“I am not saying that Buhari will perform magic overnight but I want Nigerians to give him the opportunity to turn this nation around so that whoever takes over from him will never have any cause to go back to all these problems currently troubling us now,” he added.