Stop Looters, Sycophants From Grabbing Power In 2019 – Hausa Leader

Representative leader of Hausa community Alhaji Shannan Abdullahi addressing the group

By; VITALIS UGOH,  Calabar

The leader of the Hausa community in Bogobiri,  Cross River State,  Alhaji Salisu Abba  Lawan, has called on Nigerians irrespective of our political party to stop “looters and sycophants” from grabbing power come 2019 general elections.

He said “only God could have known the fate of this great nation called Nigeria, if President Muhammadu Buhari did not win the 2015 general elections”.

Lawan who spoke through his secretary,  Alhaji Shaaban Abdullahi,  told the Companions of Buhari’s Initiatives (CoBI), that God loves Nigeria hence the emergence of Buhari as a saviour.

He said “we will not allow the sycophants and looters of the nation’s treasury to grab power never again in this country. They almost doomed the country”.

According to him,  “Buhari’s met some challenges and is working very hard to put things aright for the benefits of all Nigerians and those yet unborn”.

He described the formation of the group as timely,  adding that “you have come at the right place.  We shall give you total support to ensure that Mr.  President is re-elected for a second term in office”.

He advised them group to work hard to ensure that and ensure that before 2019, “we would have changed the mindsets of the enemies:.

Lawan reassured the group that his people will certainly work for the re-election of President Buhari into office.

Earlier,  the coordinator of the group,  Chief Utum Eteng,  had enumerated the achievements of President Buhari in the past two and half years in office as against the 16 years PDP stayed in office.
He said “Buhari has done well.  People are no longer stealing money any more for the fear of Buhari”.

Eteng queried “why did the looters hide their stolen wealth inside a suckaway/car carrages?”.

He appealed to the community to allow him a second term in office to finish his good works for the benefit of all Nigerians.

The Coordinator commended the leader of the Hausa community and urged them not to go to sleep.


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