Nigeria: 'PMB Has Done Well, Deserves Re-Election'

3 December 2018

Senator representing Nasarawa West senatorial zone at the National Assembly, Abdullahi Adamu, has said President Mohammadu Buhari has fulfilled all his campaign promises with unprecedented accomplishment in the areas of economy, security and the fight against corruption.

He stated this yesterday in Keffi, Nasarawa State during a grand reception in honour of Dr Samson Adewale Adegoke who recently retired as director of finance and accounts, Federal Medical Centre , Keffi organise by Keffi youth coalition forum.

Senator Adamu, said Buhari's administration has kept it's social contract with Nigerians by putting the nation on the path of sustainable growth and development , by diversifying the economy and tackling corruption at its very core and devising creative measures to secure lives and properties.

He urged Nigerians to re-elect president Buhari back to office in 2019 to enable him complete all the good works he has started.

Senator Adamu, who was chairman of the occasion took turns to eulogise Dr Adegoke and his good virtues describing him as a patriot who has over the years invested in building people and creating future leaders.

Speaking earlier , the celebrant Dr Samson Adewale Adegoke said associating with the youths is always interesting and rewarding, particularly those of Keffi in Nasarawa state, who have times without number characteristically demostrated qualities that portrays them as the leaders of tomorrow.

He appealed to the youth of Nasarawa state to embrace education, good virtues and say no to all forms of violence as we are drawing closer to the 2019 general elections.

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