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How southeast will benefit from Buhari's second term - Moghalu

How southeast will benefit from Buhari's second term - Moghalu

Buhari's second term will benefit southeast - Moghalu

- Dr George Moghalu has explained how President Buhari's second term will benefit the southeast region

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- According to him, the construction of the second Niger bridge and federal roads in the southeast are some of the benefits

- He stated that he will contribute his own little quota and do his very best to ensure Buhari is re-elected in 2019

The national auditor of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr George Moghalu, during a recent interview said if President Muhammadu Buhari emerges as a winner in 2019 presidential election, it will be a blessing to the southeast.

Moghalu, who made this statement during an interview with The Sun said that the president has made good in delivering most of his 2015 campaign promises to Nigeria especially in term of security and anti-corruption fight.

When asked if he thinks the president's second term would be a blessing in disguise to the southeast, Moghalu said: "Of course, it will be a blessing to the South East and I am very excited about his coming back.

I will contribute my little quota and do my very best to ensure his re-election. The indices are there that he is delivering. Work is ongoing at the second Niger Bridge we have been hearing all these years. It is the same for the major federal roads in the South East. So, why will I not celebrate?"

On President Buhari's achievement so far and what the party intends to do in 2019, he said: "We are going to do very well because it is about taking the indices on ground; it is about fulfilling our campaign promises when we won in 2015. It is about the quality of the president we gave to Nigeria and his performances.

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He promised security, he has addressed it drastically and frontally and we are seeing the results. Before he came into office, some parts of Nigeria were in the hands of the insurgency that were hoisting flags and calling it the caliphate but today, no inch of Nigeria soil is in the hands of anybody other than the Nigeria government. Is this not enough for us to celebrate?"

Meanwhile, We previously reported that presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina, said President Buhari is presently in a better state of health than in 2015, to seek re-election in the 2019 general elections.

Adesina said this while speaking with State House correspondents in Abuja on Sunday.

He said though the president was yet to decide on whether to re-contest or not, his health would never be an issue as he had been improving tremendously since his return from medical vacation.

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