Election: Give Buhari second term, Lokpobiri pleads with Nigerians

The National Organizing Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Support Committee and the wife of the Minister for the state of Agriculture and Rural Development, Hon. Mrs Susan Lokpobiri, has appealed to Nigerians to give President Muhammadu Buhari a second term, noting that the President has built a solid foundation that would take Nigerians to enviable heights.

Mrs Lokpobiri made the call yesterday in a statement signed and made available to newsmen in Yenagoa by her media aide, Mr Kenneth Osobugha, shortly after the South-South Women Presidential rally.

She said giving Buhari a second term would enable him to finish most of the huge projects undertaken by his administration and deliver more dividends of democracy to citizens of the country.

She further said that the current administration under the leadership of the APC has performed beyond the expectations of Nigerians in many sectors, adding that no government has fought corruption and recovered stolen monies that belong to Nigerians than the Buhari government.

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While reeling out the achievements of Buhari in the various sectors of the economy, she averred that his impact in the different agricultural programmes are enormous, adding that the agricultural sector that was once neglected has raised the GDP and made the country less dependent on crude oil.

“Buhari is a plus for Nigeria. Look at the agricultural sector, we are back to farming again after several years of neglect and dependance on crude oil. We have a scheme put in place in several states which have created the enabling avenue for our produce to be exported out of the country. Farmers are now using this opportunity to farm. Our local rice are been exported because they are of high quatity. The same thing also for other crops”

“Also look at the transportation sector where you can travel from one end of the country to another end with ease and without traffic by train. Nigerians should be patient with the President and the current administration in order to benefit more. The President is doing everything to see that the future of the country is secured.” She said.



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