STUDY IN CHINA

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Buhari won’t probe ex-leaders – Aide

buhari
OSOGBO–The Buhari Support Organization, a group that championed the campaign activities of the President elect, General Mohamodu Buhari has declared that the incoming administration of General Buhari will not probe previous administrations in the country.

Also, the group has disclosed that General Buhari will not probe any of the country’s former leaders, stressing that his administration will focus on human and societal development for the overall good of the country.

The Director, Research, Planning and Strategy of the organization, Mr Jamal Tijani-Bello in an interview with newsmen in Osogbo said General Buhari is concerned with how to develop the country and not on how to probe his predecessors.

According to him “Buhari’s policy is to serve the people first. His philosophy is about people first. 

He is not concerned with those who had ruled the country before but his major concern is how to serve the people and develop this country to the admiration of the former leaders and the upcoming ones.”

He disclosed that the incoming administration will focus on economic development, youth employment and social stability in the country, adding that “Buhari believe in given maximum care for the masses, especially the downtrodden ones.”

Bello who is a close associate of Buhari said members of the Buhari’s kitchen cabinet are not worried by the influx of members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) into the All Progressives Congress APC, saying “Buhari is too principled to be misdirected by anybody.”

He assured that the government of General Buhari will not jail any individual, but focus on how to restore the lost glory of the country and make Nigeria a pride of the people.

He also hinted that a committee had been set up to ensure the proper implementation of all the campaign promises of General Buhari, assuring that the incoming government at the centre will not disappoint the people, but will not condone corruption at any level of government.

No comments:

Post a Comment