Buhari’s supporters to storm Abuja in show of force and highlight his many achievements Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 27, 2021


The Buhari Media Organization has lined up an open-air event at the unity fountain in Maitama, Abuja, to highlight and promote the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari who is seeking reelection. 

The show of force on Sunday, November 18, with the theme, ‘BUHARICONNECT’ and the slogan ‘’THE PEOPLES PRESIDENT’’, will attract Ministers, Governors and other top echelon of the All Progressive Congress, the organizers said in a statement to TODAY NEWS AFRICA.

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The event, according to the statement signed by the Secretary Cassidy Madueke, will be preceded by a press conference to be addressed by the National Coordinator of the group, Chief Niyi Akinsiju.

At the press briefing,  journalists will be presented with the scorecard of three and a half years of the Buhari administration. 

The Variety show will also be an opportunity to highlight the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari, with testimonials from the beneficiaries of the administration’s Social Investment Programmes, including poverty alleviation, school feeding, Tradermoni, women empowerment, Anchor Borrowers and cash transfer programme.The show will also feature appearances by political leaders and top government officials at the event which kicks up at 1pm.

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