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Youths will deliver 10m votes for Buhari - Director

- President Muhammadu Buhari has been promised 10 million votes by the director of women and youths, Buhari/Osinbajo Presidential Campaign Team, Wole Aboderin
- Aboderin is not the only person who will be promising President Buhari votes ahead of the general elections
- The director has vowed that his unit will mobilise 10 million votes for President Buhari's re-election
As 2019 general elections draw nearer, President Muhammadu Buhari has been getting promises from different quarters, who have vowed to deliver certain number of votes for him as Nigerians cast their ballots.
The latest of these promises is coming from the director of women and youths Buhari/Osinbajo Presidential Campaign Team, Wole Aboderin, Daily Trust reports.
According to him, youth and women benefitted a lot from the president's projects under the Social Investment Project by which many of them were engaged.‎
He said: “The youths understand that Buhari is laying a foundation for a better Nigeria and this must be sustained for the next four years."
The decision was reached at the NTFPMB leadership meeting held in Abuja.
The group coordinator said there was need for the president to be re-elected for second term in order to consolidate on his achievements.
Ikonne said: “PMB is a trader friendly president and as such traders will do everything within the law to mobilise support across board in order to exceed the 10 million votes they promised the president."
The group also frowned at insinuations that the president was shielding corrupt politicians. The group made reference to publications on different dailies concerning Orji Kalu’s N7.2b fraud trial where the judge was quoted saying, “the court would await further directives to proceed with the trial.”


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