2019: Buhari is a man of God, other political parties will help Buhari win election - Okorocha



The Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha on Sunday, described President Mohammadu Buhari, as a man of God.

Okorocha also claimed that most political parties will not sponsor presidential candidates in 2019 in order to help President Buhari return to power.

He added that Buhari was sent to prevent Nigeria from collapsing.

The Governor said these in a statement made available to newsmen in Owerri, by his Chief Press Secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo, while congratulating Buhari on his 75th birthday.
The governor said come the 2019 presidential election, Buhari will win the Southeast zone.

The governor described President Buhari as the man God had used to save the Country from total Collapse.

“At the time Buhari became President, the nation was at the verge of being grounded unknown to some people and then thanked God for his grace upon the land, called Nigeria.


“In 2019 the votes the President will get for his second tenure will be two times more than the votes he got in 2015 because most Nigerians have come to appreciate the necessity of his coming and what he is doing with the office.

“In 2019 too, most of the political parties will not sponsor Presidential Candidates including some of the big Parties to enable them support Buhari Presidency, and to enable the President finish the good works he has begun and also lay a very solid foundation for those coming after him,” he said.
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