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I'LL TURN AROUND THE ECONOMY – BUHARI

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Presidential aspirant of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, has collected the party's Presidential nomination and Expression of Interest forms; with a call on Nigerians to give him a chance to turn-around the nation's economy.

The Nigerian project, according to him, cannot be entrusted into the hands of buccaneers which the present government represents insisting that only the CPC government under him offers Nigeria and her people a fresh hope.

He obtained the form in a colourful ceremony at the party's National Secretariat at Utako, Abuja, in the presence of leaders of the party including all members of the CPC's Board of Trustees, NEC, some state chairmen, friends and well wishers.

The Expression of Interest and Nomination forms were issued to him having paid N500, 000.00 and N5, 000,000.00 respectively. Buhari, who was very excited during the occasion, thanked Nigerians for the solidarity and support he has enjoyed all this while and promised to offer the desired leadership, if he eventually emerges winner at both the party's primaries and the 2011 general elections.

He assured party members that 'victory definitely is ours', but emphasized on the need to protect votes if this dream will be transformed into reality. In his remark, National Chairman of the CPC, Sen. Rufai Hanga, assured of the party's preparedness to go into the election with its eyes wide open, pointing out that the party will never fold its arms again and watch anybody cheat Nigerians at any election.

Director-General of the Gen. Buhari's Presidential Campaign Team, Dr. Sule Hamma , who is also the Deputy Chairman of the Board of Trustees, corroborated the chairman's position and recounted the experience of the Campaign organization since 2003, in pursuit of the presidential project of Gen. Buhari, and vowed that 'nothing will take us to any court again. Everything will start and end at the polling station', he stated.