Friday, 9 January 2015

PHOTOS: See The Massive Crowd That Stormed Buhari's Campaign In Bayelsa





 If the huge crowd at  the APC presidential rally at Bayelsa yesterday is anything to go by, the campaign team of GEJ really have  their work cut out for them.

 The combination of Muhammadu Buhari and Governor Rotimi Amaechi  pulled such a mammoth crowd in President Goodluck Jonathan's home state, Bayelsa. February 14th will not be a predictable election.
Buhari, the APC presidential candidate, took his campaign to Jonathan's doorsteps on Thursday.


Speaking at the venue, Governor Amaechi expressed satisfaction with the impressive turnout of party loyalists and expressed optimism that APC will be victorious at all levels of the elections.

    Amaechi said, “In the case of Rivers they said he refused to develop Rivers because he is quarreling with me but let me ask you: is your son Jonathan (also) quarreling with [Governor] Dickson?







    “Why do they say 'charity begins at home'? We expect Bayelsa to be a model state.”


Addressing the massive crowd, Buhari noted that Bayelsa was blessed with a suitable climate and fertile land for large scale agriculture which will be harnessed to drive economic development.

He regretted the inability of the Jonathan administration to develop even Bayelsa, his own home state, and promised to reverse the negative trend and bring development to the people.

He said power was critical to unlock the potentials of Nigerian entrepreneurs and will be a cardinal part of his economic programme.

Buhari also pledged to embark on skills acquisition and empowerment schemes that would benefit the teeming unemployed youths in the state.

He was accompanied on the campaign tour by Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, National Chairman of APC; Chief Timiprie Sylva, former Governor of Bayelsa; campaign coordinator, Governor Amaechi, and many other top officials of the party.











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