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Governor Amosun reveals what can stop Buhari from seeking re-election in 2019

Ogun state Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, has said that only health issues can stop President Muhammadu Buhari, from seeking re-election in 2019.


Amosun stated this in an interview with newsmen after a book launch and scholarship scheme, to commemorate the one year remembrance of Chief Lamidi Sofenwa, at the Nobel House College in Abeokuta on Saturday.
He noted that the Buhari-led government came at a time Nigeria was experiencing security challenges, which resulted in loss of lives and property in the North East region.
“The only thing that can probably prevent Mr. President from contesting is on health ground because if not for this administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, only God knows where Nigeria would have been.
“As human beings, we quickly forget things if we would be fair to this administration, they came in, at a very deep end and imagine where the country is today. We were in recession and now we are out of it and it not easy to get to this point,” Amosun said.

“Again, I am saying it, the only thing that can stop Mr President is on health ground but as we can see today Mr President is back rejuvenating and very soon it would be clear for everybody to see that Mr President is so well now,”‎ he added.

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