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Mass Movement For Goodluck Dumps Jonathan For Buhari



Group known as Mass Movement for Goodluck (MMG) that alleged to have worked for the President in the 2011 general elections, has dumped President Goodluck Jonathan for the All Progressives Congress (APC)‎ presidential candidate, gen. Muhammadu Buhari, and metamorphosed into Mass Movement for Buhari (MMB).
‎Addressing the Northwest members in Kaduna, the National Coordinator of MMB, Kenneth Ibe-Kalu said President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s failure to deliver on their electoral promises and good governance prompted their action.
According to the coordinator, the ‎PDP had failed to meet the yearning and aspiration of the citizens sequel to which the people are clamouring for change.
He, therefore, called on the good people clamouring for change to ‎ensure that they collect their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) which he said will be their voting power, just as he admonished the APC supporters to shun all forms of violence.
Responding after receiving the Northwest zone members into the ‎APC fold, Alhaji Abdulkadir commended their courage to join the change train, while assuring them that the APC government is the answer that will salvage the country from imminent collapse.
‎He urged them not to stop at just changing their nomenclature but to be proactive in the quest for change and spread the message to every nook and crannies of the country until the desired change is achieved.
“The PDP knows that their time is up and waiting only to hand over to an APC government come May, 29th, 2015, but let us not relent in sensitising people and be an ambassador of change in wherever we find ourselves.”
He also tasked them not to give in to any form of provocation by the PDP, while reiterating the need for them to shun any form of violence, remain calm and carry out their activities within the ambit of the law.

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