Nigeria: Buhari Declares For Presidency In 2015

The Congress for Progressive Change’s presidential candidate in the 2011 general elections, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd), has declared his intention to vie for the position again in 2015.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Buhari made his intention known while addressing CPC supporters in Kaduna who visited him.

He told the crowd that he would not quit politics adding: “I am still in until the polity is sanitised and people enjoy the fruits of democracy at all levels of government.”

The CPC leader also pledged to ensure that the party continued to field credible candidates at the polls.
He urged party supporters to close ranks for victory in future elections.

Buhari advised security agencies, the judiciary and the Independent National Electoral Commission to exhibit high degree of professionalism and patriotism at all times for the progress of the country.

He also urged youths to shun acts of violence, thuggery and money politics to make their future better.
Buhari enjoined the people to canvass for their rights by emulating Nasarawa and other areas where CPC triumphed.

Mr. Ibrahim Kailani, the Leader of the group and Igabi local government chairmanship aspirant in Kaduna State, had earlier urged Buhari not to abandon the people.

He solicited for Buhari’s support ahead of the upcoming local government polls in the state and subsequent national elections.

  1. Danjuma. Reply

    Keep on trying GMB when PDP disintergrate, you’ll be there to take over by the special grace of Allah.

  2. jameel mohd daheer Reply

    We are still with you for better for worst,but you advise security to shun everything,but GMB I swear by ALLAH I’m good citizen of the country and low abide but if any force try to do something silly let them know guns is too small for them to protect some criminal so call leader which after their service to pay their pension is not even easy for them because they took them like dogs they use them when they need them and they will come back to their community with guns after they give them chicken change so to all security of nigeria even if you carry nuclear we can’t allow manipulation so to all security let them respect their self if not kowa yajawo ruwa shi ruwa…………..take note

  3. Moshood Reply

    Gen.pls just leave dis country 2 leave in peace.u can‘t be d president of dis country again.enuf is enuf.don‘ u know hw many corper dt were killed 4 mane name of ur election,i hapened 2 be a PO durind dt election, ALLAH i was stone by alumajere in BABURA L.G.A in jigawa state tinkin dt we hv rig election 4 jona den.i pray dt d soul of dose corps wll never alow u win.Amen

  4. Kay Reply

    The Older people and the older generation should allow Nigeria for the younger generation to rule, you have once been President of Nigeria, are you the only one who can rule, there are many other people who have fresh minds who can rule this nation better. Gen. please leave this country alone. It is not possible for u to win again. Relax and pray that God will raise a better and younger somebody to take over.

  5. Shehujibrin Reply

    P. D. P.!!! Nig with out Electricity ,cancellation of oil subsidy, failure 2 Implement (N18,000:00) minimum wages, Increased in the price of commodities. what are we tells Nigerians 2015.

  6. Endy Reply

    GMB you are welcom to try again. You’ll win in your dream. No let me say wat u’ll not like oh!!!

  7. Endy Reply

    GMB you are welcom to try again……you’ll win in your dream. Old people wey no dey shame!!! Una wan rule dis country even in d grave.

  8. Edu osinike Reply

    A very good & upright man. Well suited 2 rule. But d odds are against him. Were ll Buhari get d enormous resources required 4 a successful presidential election? Wht will he do to stop d pdp s overwhelming political machinery? wht ll he do to overcome d wrongfull use of power of incunbency by d pdp. A good leader but i doubt if he ll ever rule!?

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