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Former Deputy Governor Of Kaduna Says Associates Are Proud Of The President

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The Former Deputy Governor of Kaduna State, James Bawa Magaji has said that close associates of the president are proud of him and that he is doing well.

Former Deputy Governor of Kaduna State, James Bawa Bagajihas said that close associates of President Muhammadu Buhari are proud of what he is doing.

Magaji, a close associate who campaigned for the election of Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress (APC), told Pulse in an exclusive interview that they are proud of the president’s stand on the naira and the fight against corruption.

We are proud of what the president is doing,” Magaji told Pulse. “Buhari brought dignity to Nigerians and it is rewarding.”

Nigeria is back on the front burner of international affairs. Buhari should continue to be his own man as he did on the issue of currency devaluation. Buhari should listen to himself and make use of his own mind. Some adviser might be good; but the President must have his own mind. The currency is getting itself back” Magaji said.

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Magaji who tour round some states with the President prior to the preparation for the 2015 general elections said the war against corruption by the Buhari’s administration is being sincerely fought.

Buhari is sincere in the war against corruption. When PDP was in Leadership there were massive corruption and you can’t blame the anti-graft agencies for deeming its search light on them. Why are APGA members not affected? We know that some members of the APC have also been arrested. So, Buhari is sincere in this corruption fight and Nigeria would be happy at the end of the day” Magaji added.

          Former Deputy Governor of Kaduna State, James Bawa Bagaji
Source: pulse.ng

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