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2019 election: What’ll happen if Nigerians vote out Buhari – Senator Adamu

A former Governor of Nasarawa State and the senator representing Nasarawa West at the National Assembly, Senator Abdullahi Adamu has said that Nigerians should not contemplate voting out President Muhammadu Buhari on February 16.

According to Adamu, Buhari remains the prefered leader for Nigeria.

The lawmaker made the claim when he received an association of different social cultural groups in his country home in Keffi local government area of the state.

He declared that the biggest misfortune that will befall the country would be for the main opposition party PDP to be returned to power.

Senator Adamu said Nigerians should not contemplate voting in Atiku Abubakar and PDP, adding the only way to avert danger is to give Buhari the total and reserved support for his second term bid.

According to him, “my happiness is that Buhari’s victory would never be in jeopardy because Nigerians have seen the light and are prepared to give him the support in the forthcoming elections.

“My joy and prayer is for the victory of president Buhari so the future of this country can be secured.”

The former governor praised the groups for their support, urging them to “vote president Muhammadu Buhari and all APC candidates at all levels to safe guide the country and Nasarawa state.”