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2019: Let Buhari continue to rule, if… – JMPP

By Luminous Jannamike
ABUJA – JUSTICE Must Prevail Party, JMPP, has stated that it will support President Muhammadu Buhari’s second term ambition, if he takes the party’s special oath even as a member of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

President Muhammadu Buhari casting his vote during the 2018 National Convention of the Party at the Eagle Square in Abuja.

The party said it would soft-pedal its ambition to take over power from the APC when the nation knows peace and its members are convinced of President Buhari’s sincerity to tackle the challenges of insecurity and corruption rocking the nation by taking the special oath.

Speaking to newsmen at the National Christian Centre Abuja, Chairman of JMPP, Dr. Olusegun Ijagbemi, said: “Our party has been releasing principles that will rescue Nigeria. Buhari’s, our president, has also been borrowing from them. Each time, I see some of his ideas coming from JMPP, I celebrate.

“If President Buhari’s can take our oath, let him continue to rule, because Nigeria will know peace.”

Ijagbemi also recommended fencing of the country to President Buhari as a panacea to Nigeria’s security challenges.

“Regarding security what we recommend is to fence the Nigeria round with concrete walls that nobody can climb. Then, install adequate number of electronic gadgets that will not allow us to miss any illegal immigrants coming from Libya into Nigeria to kill people and return. Fencing Nigeria provides all round solution to our problems,” he said.

On where the nation would source funds for such fencing project, the JMPP Chairman said: “The money that has been stolen in the past 20 years will fence this country more than 10 times. Even if we did not do so, we are rich enough to fence this country multiple times over. That is why corruption must be fought squarely.

“To reduce corruption to zero, it must be by convenant. That is by swearing of our special oath. We are going to administer it to very of our personality from president to councillor.”


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