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Why Buhari loves Nigeria more than himself – Ganduje

Why Buhari loves Nigeria more than himself – Ganduje

Abdullahi Ganduje, Governor of Kano State has opined that President Muhammadu Buhari loves Nigeria more than himself.

The governor anchored his claim on the fact that Buhari was committed to ensuring sustainable development in Nigeria.

Ganduje, who said this during the South East All Progressives Congress, APC, dinner in Owerri, the Imo State capital, noted that Buhari was a true democrat.

According to Ganduje, “Buhari is a symbol of unity. Buhari loves Nigeria more than the way he loves himself. He is too much committed to bringing sustainable development to our dear nation. This dinner in his honour is timely and apt.

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“Before our dear president came in, we had series of bomb attacks all over the North-east. So also in places like Kano, we had terrible experiences. There was a time in Kano when 10 police stations were bombed simultaneously.

“Over 300 people were killed. We can still remember when there were explosives at Kano Central Mosque, where another set of more than 200 were killed by the dreaded Boko Haram insurgents. But everything is now history. When President Buhari came in, now it is a different story.

“Buhari is absolutely for Nigeria. If we are looking for economic prosperity for the nation, Buhari is the answer. If we are looking for integrity, Buhari is the answer. If we are looking for honesty in the fight against corruption, Buhari is the answer.”

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