Son of late General Sanni Abacha endorses Pres. Buhari vows to give him 2 million votes

– Mohammed Abacha has endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari for the second term

– He disclosed that he supported the APC Presidential Candidate because of his achievements since 2015

Mohammad Abacha, who is the eldest son of late General Sanni Abacha in a latest statement has endorsed the Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress APC Pres. Muhammad Buhari.

Abacha, who is running as the Governor of Kano State under the Advance People Democratic Alliance APDA in his statement yesterday promised to give Pres. Buhari 2 million votes in the forthcoming Presidential Election rescheduled to take place this Saturday, the 23rd of February, 2019.

Alh. Mohammad Abacha in his statement in his campaign office in Kano disclosed he endorsed Pres. Muhammadu Buhari as President for a second term because of his achievement since he came to power in 2015.

The APDA Governorship candidate went on to list  some of Buhari’s achievements which include, security and economic stability, capital projects and agriculture development.

He also disclosed that APDA has found Pres. Buhari as a man of integrity.

This is an extract from Alh. Mohammad Abacha Statement,

The APDA in its search for a torchbearer for this great nation, has found Buhari as a man of integrity, transparency and he is incorruptible.

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“We have noticed tremendous improvement in the area of security in Nigeria, especially in the North-East. Again, the stability in our economy and agriculture is a thing of joy. The home-grown feeding programme has generated millions of job opportunities and improved the consumption of local farm produce. When you consider the nation’s economic situation between 2014 and 2015, with the present situation, you will see that the country has largely improved.

“On capital projects, the Buhari government has completed and is still working on several abandoned projects across the country, especially road projects.”

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