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Buhari has embraced restructuring, says Bakare

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Latter Rain Assembly Pastor and the convener of the Save Nigeria Group (SNG), Pastor Tunde Bakare, has revealed that the future of Nigeria lies in restructuring and reformation of the civil service.

Bakare stressed that President Muhammadu Buhari has embraced the need for restructuring, noting that Nigerians should commend both the former President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan and the incumbent, Buhari, for the parts they played in the country’s affairs.

Although the televangelist did not say if the president would seek a second term in office, he revealed: “The President’s health has improved,” saying he has a right to contest again if he wishes.”

Bakare, who spoke at a Town Hall meeting with members of the Nigerian community on the platform of PTB (Pastor Tunde Bakare) 4 Nigeria, at Tottenham Town Hall, yesterday, said the reason Nigerians should thank the immediate past president is because he prevented “bloodbath,” by conceding defeat in the 2015 presidential elections after a peace deal had been brokered.


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