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2019 Election: South West Buhari Campaign Inaugurated In Ogun

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Ahead of the 2019 election , the South West region of President Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organisation (BCO) has been inaugurated in Abeokuta,Ogun State capital.

The Buhari Campaign Organisation was kaunched for the second term ambition of the President whose first term would end in May 29, 2019.

The leaders of BCO from six geopolitical zones of the country converged in Abeokuta and held a meeting with a view to rejuvenating the Campaign Organisation in the South West region.

Speaking with newsmen after the meeting , Chairman of BCO’s Board of Trustees (BoT), Alhaji Kabiru Dutsin-Ma said the move was to ensure that the legacies of President Muhammadu Buhari endured.

He said they were rejuvenating BCO from national to the grassroot levels to ensure that the legacies of President Buhari endured and to create awareness on the tremendous efforts of the Buhari led administration.

He said ” since President Buhari occupied the office of the Presidency he had done a lot and most of Nigerians are aware with the development. We are going to do our best to enlighten the public about the development”.

The National coordinator of BCO, Danladi Pasali also highlighted some of the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari in economy, infrastructure and war against corruption among others.

Members of BCO Board of Trustees present at the meeting were Hassan Isiyaka (Sarki Kudu), Amb.(Dr). Abdullahi Bawa Wase and Alhaji Salisu Garba (Sarki Fulani Sagamu)

The Acting National Secretary of BCO Deaconess Rita Solari Inko-Tariah, Deputy National Co-ordinator of BCO Chief Daniel Omofezi, Ekiti State BCO coordinator, Chief Otetola Tunde together with some traditional rulers in Abeokuta among others were also present at the meeting.


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