73-Year-Old President Buhari Running For Reelection In 2019 – Presidency

buhari running for 2nd term in 2019

November 21, 2016 – 73-Year-Old President Buhari To Run For 2nd Term In 2019 – Presidency

With 21 months into the 4-year term of the incumbent President of Nigeria, Buhari which will end in 2019, the Presidency has confirmed Buhari’s intention to run for 2nd term.

Here is what Buhari said last night through his Special Assistant, Mallam Garba Shehu:

With his fragile health, do you think it is a good idea for Buhari to run for second term?

12 thoughts on “73-Year-Old President Buhari Running For Reelection In 2019 – Presidency

  1. To me,it will be good for him to go and take rest if the toll on this unfinished term spare him…but the question is who will replace him if not the same old,corrupt,greedy and wicked politicians…

    God,only You will provide a good leader for Nigeria….and not only president,with people that surrounds the president.

  2. Let me commend Buhari’s special assistant Mallam Garba Shehu for admitting that APC-led government have brought serious consequences through their thoughtless,ill-advise and reckless reform which has led to enormous difficulty,misery and calamity to the nigerian population as a whole.

    He claimed the consequences of the reform are unintended,that of course is a cheap lie that cannot be accepted or welcome by many nigerians who eagerly and happily casted their vote in Buhari’s favour in order to see and experience the real change he promised!

    Unfortunately,the change nigerians solely expected have so far turned out to be a massive sufferings,increased in hunger,increased in the prices of petroleum products,disruption of our economy,disruption of our currencies which have adversely affected the prices of goods in the markets and have also hit both local and foreign companies across the country leading an unprecedented layoff of thousands of our youths from work back into the labour market.

    The fighting against corruption 2 all over 10 in rating. The fighting against terrorism 3 all over 10. No notable achievements. He has so far failed the masses. Nigerians are now very much sensible and wise both the ones that come from the northern region. They’ve come to see clearly that the change they expected did not materialized and for that reason,come 2019 they will know what to do.

  3. ONE THING IS to be corrupt; another thing is to be corrupt and pretend to be saintly. That is hypocrisy, the way of the Pharisees.

    IF PMB LIKES, let him run for a second term. 2019 will be the ultimate test of his polularity. Even his wife has told him that she would not campaign for him.

  4. Only God can tell because no power can be without God…..but PMB needs to do some things to impress Nigerians for his reelection. With the situation on ground…. his chances is slim.

  5. He has not even finish his first term which he is a square shape in a round hole, he has started eyeing another term? Obviously, he is sick in the head. What has he and his clueless cabinet have to offer other more recession, stagnation, inflation, starvation and more corruption?

    Buhari and all his sick supporters need to go buy themselves some brain or make use of the avilable one in their heads thats if at all there is any.
    Rubbish!

    #I take a stroll#

  6. OUR LEADERS ARE GREEDY AND SELFISH. HE HAS NOT FINISH ON TERM, HE IS PLANNING FOR ANOTHER ONE, WHAT A SELFISH MAN, WHEN WILL THEY GIVE THE YOUTHS THE OPPORTUNITY TO RULE? WHEN MOST OF THEM RULED BACK THEN, THEY WERE LESS THAN 30YRS, NOW THEY WANT TO DIE IN POWER. BEFORE MAKING HIS INTENSION KNOWN, HE SHOULD POINT OUT ON ONE OF HIS ACHIEVEMENT . NONSENCE

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