Vote of con­fi­dence on Buhari means call for con­ti­nu­ity – Mala Buni

Sunday Trust - - INSIDE POLITICS -

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.

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