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President Buhari Expresses Total Commitment To Democracy, Wishes Decamped Members Well

By The Nigerian Voice

President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed his total commitment to the values of democracy, freedom of choice as well as total willingness to work with all members of the National Assembly, irrespective of their political party, for the benefit of the nation.

In his reaction to the developments Tuesday morning at the National Assembly, the President noted that none of the defecting federal lawmakers of the All Progressives Congress (APC) had any specific grievances against him or the government he leads; neither did he harbour anything against any of them.

A statement issued Tuesday by Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity) said: “As the saying goes, all politics is local. We understand that some of the distinguished and honourable lawmakers have issues with their home states, especially on zoning which bars some of them from seeking another term in their constituencies,” Buhari said.

Noting that the APC had done its utmost to stop the defections, the President commended the leadership of the party for relentlessly working for its unity and ensuring success in the upcoming elections.

President Buhari assured members of the APC of his total support and urged party faithful not to despair but to see the defections as a seasonal occurrence that happens on election eve.

He expressed confidence that no harm or injury will be done to the party and its aspirations by the movements.

President Buhari wished all the decamped members the best in their future undertakings.

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Alameen ibrahim yaro | 7/25/2018 12:48:00 PM
you are doing a great job
Mohammed Lawal | 8/2/2018 1:52:00 PM
President Buhari is tired of life, he does not wish de decampees any wel. He is just pretending, let him pack his mat & agbada out of de villa for incoming president ATIKU
it bether to try and fail than not trying at all and later fails
By: Abrahim lincoln