‘Buhari Not Corrupt, Not Tribalistic’ – Abia Guber Aspirant

Prince Chamberlin Adiaso, aspiring governor of Abia State, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as the best for Nigeria in 2019 because he is “not corrupt” and “not tribalistic”.

Adioso said President Buhari’s declaration to run for president in 2019 is good for the Igbo ethnic extraction as his expected exit from power in 2023 is projected to usher in an Igbo president after his second term.

Adiaso said of Buhari’s re-election: “President Buhari is the best for this country. He means well for Nigeria. As far as I know, Buhari is not corrupt. He is not tribalistic. Buhari has done a lot for this country.

“APC is the shortest way to Nigerian President of Igbo extraction. The northern part of the country, they have gotten their own share now. If all Igbo’s genuinely rally round President Buhari to come back in 2019, after his tenure, we stand a better chance of Nigerian President of Igbo extraction in 2023.”

The All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant also attacked Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State, describing his administration as failure.

“Governor Ikpeazu has not been able marshal out his plans for Abians in terms of infrastructures and then manpower development. He has not shown he has capacity to govern Abia state,” he said.

“What is obtainable in Abia as at now is godfatherism. Ikpeazu has not been able to exhibit his actual potential to govern the state, a state that is endowed with human and natural resources.

“When I’m elected as Governor, I will Marshall out plans on how to make Abia great again. That’s why people like us have joined the governorship race to change the face of governance in Abia state.

“Also, if emerge as Governor of the state, the first Eighteen months, you will see the revatilization of the Golden Guinea Breweries and Modern Ceramics industry. We have glass industry in Aba, which has gone moribund over the years.

“Under eighteen months, all the moribund industries I mentioned would come to life.”

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