2019: No Amount Of Criticism And Letter Writing Will Stop Buhari, Says Kalu
Former governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, has insisted that no amount of criticism and writing of letters will stop President Muhammadu Buhari from seeking re-election in 2019.
Kalu said these during a courtesy visit to the Alake of Egbaland, Oba Micheal Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo, at his Ake, Abeokuta Palace, yesterday.
Briefing the monarch and members of the Egba Traditional Council, on the purpose of his visit, the former governor said he brought messages of love, peace and understanding to the monarch and added that he was also in the palace to propagate the National Movement for Re-election of President Buhari (NMRPB).
According to him, Nigeria’s unity remains non negotiable, and said his strong belief in the oneness of Nigeria and good leadership, informed his decision to tour the South West.
“We have brought you love from the National Movement for Re-election of president Buhari.
“That association is bringing you love that we are not in any democracy, there must be people for and against.
“We are for Buhari, some people are against and we wish them well. And we want to thank you for the key role of peace that you and other traditional rulers have been playing. Nigeria unity is non-negotiable. We are for oneness of this country, we are for leaders who are sincere to lead us well, we are for leaders who are equally committed to the rules and tenets of democracy.
“I know you are a close friend of president Muhammadu Buhari and I want you to maintain that friendship; don’t allow anybody to distract you whether people from here or from my area, stay on course.
“President Buhari has not finished the job he came to do. If God gives him good health and long life, he has not finished. He has to go for another four years to be able to finish,” Kalu said