Vote of confidence on Buhari means call for continuity – Mala Buni
continuity. It is interesting that the vote of confidence passed on President Buhari and the agitations for continuity were clear reflections of endorsement of the president for a second term. This is a people’s driven phenomenon. I think NEC is just waiting for the appropriate time to take the right decision that reflects the wishes and desire of our members and supporters across the country.
There are arguments that health challenge may be an impediment to the President Buhari’s second term ambition. What is your take on this?
If you have been following the schedules and engagements of President Buhari after his return from the medical trip, you will see a new man in good health, basking in a life full of energy. He stays late in the office, holds regular meetings and travels a lot attending to state functions. He was recently in the United States of America for the United Nations General Assembly meeting, he was also at the ninth Summit of the organization for Economic Cooperation (D8) meeting in Turkey, as well as other functions in the West African sub region. One can comfortably say with every sense of satisfaction that President Buhari’s present health status provides him with a new strength and vigour to serve the nation efficiently and diligently.