President Muhammadu Buhari’s campaign for the forthcoming election has been supported by an Anambra monarch
– The monarch, His Royal Highness, Igwe Dennis Ezebuilo, donated a Toyota Hilux vehicle to President Buhari in appreciation of his performance since he assumed office
– Ezebuilo said the president has done well in the areas of infrastructure, anti-corruption, transport and economy
His Royal Highness, Igwe Dennis Ezebuilo, an Anambra monarch on Saturday, January 19, in Abuja donated a Toyota Hilux vehicle to President Muhammadu Buhari for his campaign.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports Ezebuilo said he made the donation in appreciation of the sterling performance of Buhari since he assumed office.
The paramount ruler of Amanuke kingdom, Awka north, Anambra state, said the re-election of President Buhari would consolidate his achievements.
According to the monarch, the president has done well in the areas of infrastructure, anti-corruption, transport and economy. He said the donation was to help facilitate movements during campaign for Buhari, who he said, deserved a second term in office.
Ezebuilo said that the president’s determination to ensure transparency in governance was commendable, and a path to securing a better future for the country.
The Igwe called for massive support for the President’s anti-corruption drive, stressing that alleged corrupt public officers had been prosecuted and billions of naira in stolen funds, recovered.
He said that the success of the whistle blower policy was laudable, stressing that a continuity in this direction would restore sanity in Nigeria.
Mahmoud Mohammed, director of the Buhari/Osinbajo campaign office, who received the donation at the office in Abuja, commended the monarch and promised to ensure that the vehicle was used for its purpose.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that a former governorship candidate of the PDP in Kaduna state, Alhaji Sani Bello popularly known as Mainan Zazzau, donated a storey building as campaign office to the Presidential Support Committee in the northwest zone.
Bello who was a chieftain of the PDP, contested the governorship primaries and lost to Honourable Isa Ashiru, defected to APC shortly after the primaries and expressed confidence that President Buhari would win the election come February 16.
He further assured that he would be readily available to assist the PSC in any way possible and as may be required going forward