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General Bajowa congratulates Buhari Updated for 2021


Updated: February 24, 2021

Gen Olu Bajowa (rtd), the Chairman of the Legacy Forum, a unit of the Buhari support organisation (BSO), has congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari, on his re-election for 2nd term in office.

Gen. Bajowa said the President’s re election is a sweet smelling narrative that reflects the overwhelming desire of the majority of Nigerian voters, stressing that it is a referendum that shows the grateful disposition of Nigerians.Gen.

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Bajowa enthused that the General election has finally put some pseudo politicians in their proper place , noting that the era of needless grandstanding by politicians who did not mean well for the polity is finally over.

The retired Army chief , who won his polling unit at Igbotako, in Okitipupa LGA of Ondo State for President Buhari , maintained that it is worthy of note that Nigerians have through their votes confirmed their undying support for a patriot with integrity and the stride for the Next Level in the Nigerian political space.Gen.

Bajowa made this known in a statement made available to the press on Wednesday morning.


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