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BreakingNews 20/2/18 - Orji Kalu Speaks On Buhari and 2019 Election

BreakingNews 20/2/18 - Orji Kalu Speaks On Buhari and 2019 Election

[ Masterweb Reports: Emmanuel Ike reports ] - Business magnate and politician, Orji Uzor Kalu, has said he is in doubt that President Muhammadu Buhari will seek re-election in 2019. Kalu, who made this statement on Sunday while speaking with newsmen at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos, said the President’s health condition may deter him from contesting next year’s election.
 
Buhari, who has been battling an undisclosed ailment, had spent about 103 days in London, where he received treatment. Recently, he has held a series of meetings with the All Progressive Congress party chieftains, sparking speculations that the meetings may be related to his second term bid.
 
Kalu said, "Buhari is an honest man. If he is interested in running, he will tell Nigerians that he will run. We pray that his health gets better and that his doctors give him a clean bill of health.
 
"You know Buhari is also a man of conscience; if he feels his health will not allow him to seek re-election he will not go ahead, but if he feels he is capable of running, he will seek re-election.
 
"It is his decision, it his right, he is entitled to the second term," he said.
 
The former Abia governor also said he was confident that the national leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, will resolve all disputes from warring factions of the party.
 
"We need to thank Mr. President for his wisdom in giving the mandate to the national leader of APC the opportunity to reconcile members of the party.
 
"I am very excited that such a thing is happening. I am confident it will be a good beginning for my brother and friend, Tinubu to execute the reconciliation task very well.
 
"I am confident Tinubu will be blunt to settle feuding members of the APC."
 

*Photo Caption - Orji Kalu