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N-Power Leadership Groups Meet, Endorse Candidate for President




Leading N-Power volunteers leadership groups have at their ongoing delegates' meeting in Lagos announced the endorsement of candidate for the February 16 presidential election.

The participating N-Power groups who have formed a coalition to be known and addressed as "Coalition of N-Power Permanency Campaign Groups" (CNPCG) include G-111 for Permanency, N-Power Enhanced Advocacy Movement (NEAM), N-Power Permanency Advisory Council (NPAC) and N-Power Permanency Agitators (NPA).


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The coalition announced the adoption of President Muhammadu Buhari as their preferred candidate for the February 16 presidential poll.

This was contained in a communiqué signed by the coalition's acting National President, Abdulwaheed Ahmed, its acting National Publicity Secretary, Bolanle Abiodun and National Organising Secretary, Ikechukwu Uche at the ongoing delegate meeting after a motion seeking to adopt President Buhari as N-Power volunteers preferred candidate for president was unanimously adopted by a committee of the whole delegates.

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The coalition noted that president Buhari was chosen as the preferred candidate for all the 500,000 N-Power beneficiaries and their family members because he proved his understanding of the condition of ordinary people and brought succour to them by imitating the N-Power scheme.

They urged N-Power volunteers across the nation to come out en mass to support the reelection bid of President Muhammadu Buhari by voting for him on February 16 "in order to continue to enjoy the dividends of the president's people-oriented democratic government".

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They assured volunteers that their demand for absorption into mainstream civil service is one of the cardinal reasons to support the president, adding that they will continue their peaceful agitations for permanency for N-Power beneficiaries.

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