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BreakingNews 25/10/17 - South-East Should Vote For Buhari In 2019 -Igbo Group

BreakingNews 25/10/17 - South-East Should Vote For Buhari In 2019 -Igbo Group

[ Masterweb Reports: Temidayo Akinsuyi reports ] - An Igbo group has thrown its weight behind the anticipated re-election bid of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019. While calling on all Igbo sons and daughters to give the president their mandate in 2019, they said that re-electing the president was the only way to reciprocate his love for Igbos.
 
To this end, the group says it had set up a platform called "Ndigbo for PMB 2019", to mobilise the rest of the people for the task ahead.
 
Addressing newsmen on Wednesday, Prince Paul Ikonne, the National Coordinator of the group, and a chieftain of All Progressives Congress, APC, in Abia State, said that the time had come for the South-East people to re-launch themselves in the mainstream of Nigerian politics.
 
He said that the people had a political miscalculation in the last general election in 2015 and had decided to right the wrongs of the past.
 
He said: "Some of our South-East brothers and sisters did not do too well in the last general election especially in the presidential election. So, in 2019, the Igbos must be properly positioned and physically seen to be supporting the president of Nigeria in the person of Muhammadu Buhari.
 
"So, our mission is very simple: to bring Igbos together from wherever they are for them to throw their weight behind the re-election of President Buhari. That’s what we would be championing.
 
"As you can see, we don’t have any other group so far calling on Mr. President to run for a second term. But this group, Ndi Igbo for PMB, will kick-start that project, the second term project of Mr. President so that Igbos will regain their rightful position in Nigerian politics. It is our responsibility.
 
"So, this first meeting we are holding is to have our state coordinators and national officers and then, map out our action plan, having in mind that our principal responsibility is to mobilize Igbos in order to vote for the President in 2019.
 

"We will first of all ask him to run and in asking him to re-contest, we all assure him that Igbos will vote for him massively because if you look at him very well, the President believes in Igbos more than any other zone in this country considering his political calculation in previous year," he said.
 

*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari