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President of Nigeria Youth Organisation to sue Buhari if he fails to run for second term



Listing some of President Buhari’s achievements which he said includes; effective implementation of Treasury Single Account(TSA), diversification of the economy, anti-corruption war, war against insurgency, the complete refund of Paris club loan, deduction to states among others, the President of Nigeria Youth Organisation (NYO), Abdullahi Wali, told newsmen that he will sue President Muhammadu Buhari if he refuses to contest in the 2019 presidential election.

The President of Nigeria Youth Organisation who reacted to a statement credited to Buhari during a meeting with APC governors, where he was quoted as saying that he needed time to decide whether he would run or not, further told newsmen that he would be glad to beg the president for the privilege of purchasing a nomination form for him if he decided to run in 2019.

“If Buhari decides not to run in 2019, the achievements recorded by his administration will vanish as the vampires of our common treasury will resurrect and loot everything living the masses with nothing.

Therefore, he needs to solidify his achievement before handing over to hopefully a youth. NYO agenda is to build Nigerian youths to actively participate in leadership for national unity and development and will therefore not sit and watch the solid foundation made by this administration for the benefit of Nigerian youths sink. I have directed my lawyers to sue the president if he refuses to run and will also mobilise millions of youths under my leadership to stage the highest rally ever in Nigeria until the president accepts to run,’’ he said.

We reported yesterday that while speaking to state house correspondents after the Council of State meeting in Abuja last week, Chairman of the APC Governors forum and Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha , said that President Buhari will be addressing the nation on his second term ambition.

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