Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH_IMISI

Why we are mobilizing 40m votes for Buhari

The Dynamic Support Group, campaigning for the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, has revealed that it will mobilize 40 million votes for the duo come the 2019 general elections.

National coordinator of the group in the North East, Alhaji Musa Azare, disclosed this while speaking with journalists recently in Abuja.

According to Azare, the group has concluded arrangement to mobilize 40 million votes for Buhari across the 36 states and FCT Abuja, adding that the group would not rest on its oars in ensuring that this goal becomes a reality in view of what the region stood to gain if Buhari is returned to office.

Azare said the group is committed to sensitizing citizens on the need to vote for Buhari, Osinbajo come 2019 with overwhelming votes that will return Buhari and Osinbajo in 2019 to guarantee the continuity of the APC led administration.

Speaking on voter card, he said the group is also determined to sensitize teeming Nigerians who have not secured their permanent Voter Cards, PVCs, to do so

 “We have already received the assurance of over 20 million voters across the country.

 “The group encourages eligible voters and supporters of the president who are yet to register to do so before the expiration of the date stipulated by the electoral body,” he said.

He stressed that President Buhari deserved the votes of all eligible voters in the entire Northeast sub region, because of his love and commitment towards solving the socio economic and security challenges.

“PMB defeated the insurgency in the North East, we need him to complete his assignment in that area.

“North East Development Commission was formed under his government, we need him to ensure the take-off of the commission in other to heal all the wounds created by the insurgents in the region,” he said

Furthermore, the coordinator said Buhari has done much for the youth of the country in terms of employment, job creation among others.

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