The governorship candidate of the Action Alliance in Imo State, Uche Nwosu, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as the country’s best presidential candidate for the February 16 presidential election.
Nwosu, who is a son-in-law to the outgoing Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, said it would be disastrous for Nigeria if Buhari did not win his re-election bid.
Nwosu, who spoke on Sunday noted that Buhari was fighting hard to bequeath a corrupt-free nation to Nigerians, adding that those opposed to Buhari’s re-election were beneficiaries of a corrupt system of the past.
Nwosu said, “President Muhammadu Buhari is fighting hard to bequeath a better future to all Nigerians, especially, the nation’s youths. This is why I support him. A country rid of corruption will guarantee a greater future for all of us, and this is exactly what the President is doing.
“He has made public officials understand that stealing is corruption and those caught stealing will be punished maximally without minding where they are coming from. The President is our best bet at this time for a great future.
“Buhari represents a better Nigeria. A future Nigeria filled with patriotic leaders where people will serve in government without looting the treasury. The PDP destroyed Nigeria but Buhari is revamping the nation. We will support him to finish his good work by renewing his mandate.”
Nwosu said the alliance between the AA and the All Progressives Congress in the state would guarantee massive victory for Buhari on Saturday in the state.
“The Action Alliance is in alliance with the APC to deliver the second term for President Muhammadu Buhari. We will vote Governor Rochas Okorocha as a senator representing Imo West in the Senate and other progressives candidates of the APC who did not steal their tickets and who have kept faith with our progressive ideals.
“Anyone denying that there is no alliance between the APC and the AA is an enemy of the President and you must pay no heed to such a person. We are supporting President Muhammadu Buhari 100 per cent,” he said.