While speaking on Thursday, February 1, at a one-day interaction session organised by the Buhari Media Support Group in Abuja, a supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari, Dr Kailani Muhammad, described members of the newly formed Coalition for Nigeria Movement as “old wine in a new bottle.”
The elder stateman who spoke at the event organized in coalition with other Buhari and Osinbajo support groups from across the country, added that the coalition would not make any head way, stressing the Nigerians should not allow themselves to be used.
“We have come of age, and we must not allow ourselves to be taken for granted, we must come together to take our destiny in our hands,” he said.
Also speaking, Austin Braimoh, Chairman Buhari Media Support Group earlier, said the event was to rub minds on the Buhari administration, its achievements and for its members to give an opinion on it.
“We are here to rub minds and to collectively look at what President Buhari has done in the last two years and to agree if he should be re-elected based on his achievements,” he said.
He added that while the Buhari administration had been faced with great challenges, it had achieved a lot, saying that the administration was well focused to re-position the country.
He noted the through consistent funding, the administration had been able to address the agitations in the Niger Delta region and had been able to curb the menace of cattle rustling in parts of the country.
He said the administration had also ensured the stability of the country´s economy among other things.
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