Buhari will live up to expectations of Nigerians, says Ribadu
From the former Chairman of the Economic and financial Crimea commission (EFCC), Mallam Nuhu Ribadu comes assurances that President Muhammadu Buhari would live up to the expectations of Nigerians.
Ribadu, who is the Director of Field Operations Directorate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council, expressed gratitude to Nigerians who trooped out en masse to ensure the re-election of President Buhari at the polls.He spoke during a ‘thank you’ reception for members of the directorate, held in Abuja and extolled the leadership qualities of President Buhari required to reposition the country for sustainable growth and development.
While thanking members of his team, Ribadu enjoined them to rededicate themselves towards the success of the APC in the governorship poll billed to hold next week.According to him: “We will continue to be happy for the next four years because we have done something that is going to help our country; we have re-elected a good man. Buhari is a good man.
He is genuine. He is a fair gentleman. He is honest. He will protect our resources, he will. He will not allow bad people to cheat us and steal from our own commonwealth. He will not! And that is what we want in a leader.”He will not go and sell Nigeria. He will not sell whatever that we have. He will not sit with anybody to plot evil or do bad thing. He will not. I saw it a very close range, even up to this election. There was never a day or a minute that Buhari sat down and tell us, as his own campaign council, to go and do a bad thing. Never!
“He refused to allow even the traditional way of politicians taking advantage of what they have. He refused. He refused to talk to the law enforcement agencies. He refused to interfere with INEC.”He said let us go and meet the people, let’s sell our own product, let’s tell Nigerians what we have, and if they want to buy, let them take it. It is not about money, or intimidation, we would give Nigerians free opportunity and chance to decide and they decided.”