Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation(SGF), on Thursday said come 2019 Nigeria does not have an alternative to President Muhammadu Buhari and that president will seek re-election, saying: “We do not have an alternative to President Muhammadu Buhari for now.”
The SGF who was represented by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Political matters, Rt. Hon. Gideon Sammani speaking at the Unity Fountain in Abuja during a rally organised by the Democratic Youth Congress (DYC), headed by Kassim Mohammed Kassim enjoined the President to make declare and run in 2019 election e said ‘I will present your entire message to him. I congratulate you for your support for President Muhammadu Buhari to run in 2019.
‘I am glad you have named some of the aspirants who are interested in leading this nation. If you give them the ticket they will do nothing with it. They have nothing to offer to this nation. You and I are here because we believe in President Muhammadu Buhari and we know he has the capability to lead this nation.
‘Buhari is a man with several qualities of leadership, God sent; his coming is divine, so that he will rescue this nation from the total collapse due to the destruction that has been done to the economy by the past administration.
‘We all know that Buhari is transparent, honest. He has come with the change philosophy. He has lived for these to bring change to this nation.
‘Since his military days, he stood to fight corruption, indiscipline. Many people fear him because he does not compromise corruption. And corrupt people are afraid that they will be brought to book.
‘And those who have already looted the treasury of this nation are followed by the security agencies. By the grace of God Buhari will not relent in this fight.
‘He will continue. The politics of this nation is no more the politics of money or do or die politics. Anybody who wants to lead this nation must sacrifices.
”Buhari has already transformed and changed the image of leadership and that of our leaders this country both locally and internationally.’