President Buhari will address gap between rich and poor – Aisha Buhari Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 7, 2021


President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed not to betray the confidence of Nigerians from the last elections, saying his victory is a sign that Nigerians are satisfied with the change that his government embarked upon and shows confidence in his promise of its consolidation as idealized by the next level campaign.

He was speaking at the victory dinner organized by wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari at the State House Conference Center, Abuja on Saturday 2nd March, 2019.

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President Buhari spoke of the abuse that Nigeria went through during past governments and explained why it had to take long to reposition the country back to its due course. He promised to use the next four years to conclude what he had started.

WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT HOSTS VICTORY DINNER A President Muhammadu Buhari and Wife in a chat during 2019 Women and Youth Presidential Campaign Team Victory Dinner hosted by the Wife of the President held Saturday night at Presidential Conference Hall, State House in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE MARCH 2ND 2019

The President also recognized the significant role women and youth played during the campaign and the election proper, promising to engage them more in his second tenure.

Wife of the President, Dr. Mrs. Aisha Buhari in her remarks expressed happiness at the overwhelming confidence reposed on President Buhari by Nigerians, assuring them that he will use his second tenure to serve the interest of the masses, especially by addressing the huge gap between the rich and the poor in Nigeria.

“I wish I can invite all the 15 million Nigerians that voted for Mr. President to this dinner, but no place can accommodate you all. So let me say thank you and assure you that you made the right choice.” She said.

She also thanked the Women and Youth Presidential Campaign team, which she said, complemented the APC Presidential Campaign Council, as well as the Buhari Support Organization.

“Specifically, I wish to express my appreciation to the women and youth presidential campaign team that I initiated to complement the efforts of the APC Presidential Campaign Council. As you all know by now, the aim of setting up the team was to get women and youth, who form the majority of the electorate, involved in all the campaign activities across the country.”

She said this was a successful experiment that will be recognized in our nation’s political history.

Mrs. Buhari used the opportunity to call on all Buhari campaign groups to raise the flag on government whenever they observe the need to do so.

The event was attended by the wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo.

Goodwill messages were delivered by party stalwarts including former IGP Suleiman Abba, Brig. Gen. Buba Marwa Rtd., and Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin. Dame Pauline Tallen, Princess Adegoke Adefulire, and Hajiya Najaatu Bala Mohammed.

Highlight of the event was entertainment by various groups.

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