APC Chieftain, Dare congratulates Buhari on his re-election.

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By Musa Tanimu Nasidi
APC chieftain and security expert, Rtd Col Dare Abayomi has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to see his re-election as an opportunity to further deepen and improve his anti-corruption credentials.
Abayomi made the called in Lokoja while speaking with journalists.
According to him such a move will help to improve Nigeria’s global perception, and dispel concerns from some quarters over the selectiveness of President Buhari’s anti-corruption fight.
“It is evident that President Buhari rode on the back of his widely perceived history of integrity and sincerity to victory in this election. As such, this presents yet another shot for the President at cleaning Nigeria’s longstanding Augean stables of corruption, and this time – very importantly – without caring whose ox is gored,” he said
The former Kogi West Senatorial aspirant also urged President Buhari to intensify his efforts at his on-going infrastructure drive nationwide, so as not to leave a legacy of unfinished and barely conceived projects at the end of his administration, an albatross which plagued the previous Goodluck Jonathan PDP government.
“President Buhari should be commended for not towing the line of his predecessors by abandoning uncompleted but critical infrastructural projects. In this regard, I would implore him to seize the opportunity of his now-secured second tenure to complete all the infrastructure projects he inherited from his predecessors, and the ones he initiated himself. 
“That way, he would have written his name in gold in the annals of Nigeria’s history, and he and his party will be remembered in positive perpetuity for bequeathing to Nigeria a massive wealth of infrastructure at the end of his second and final term in office”, he said.
The retired army officer was in Lokoja to attend the wedding ceremony of his childhood friend’s daughter and publisher of KogiWatch News magazine, comrade Amuda Dan Sulaiman Fab which took place at Kutepa Central mosque Karaworo, Lokoja.




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