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President Muhammadu Buhari has today said that he would be seeking re-election. According to a tweet by the governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-rufai, Buhari told the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Executive Council (NEC) today during the e ongoing NEC meeting.

The statement released by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, revealed why President wants to become president again.

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The statement reads, “President Muhammadu Monday in Abuja declared his intention to seek re-election in 2019. President Buhari made the declaration at a closed-door meeting of the National Executive Council of the All Progressives Congress.”

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“The President said he was responding to the clamour by Nigerians to re-contest in 2019, adding that he wanted to give NEC the honour of notifying them first.”

“Shortly before making the declaration, the President presented a speech on the report submitted by the APC National Executive Technical Committee.”

In speech where he responded to the report submitted by the APC National Executive Technical Committee, Buhari thanked the committee members. He also said that the report of the committee, “shows a great sense of commitment to the ideals of our party with a view to consolidating and positioning the party to continue delivering good governance in the overall interest of Nigerians.”

“With the present state of the party and based on the report submitted by the Technical Committee, it is important to focus on how to move the party forward by avoiding actions detrimental to the interest of the party.”

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“Considering that politics is a game of numbers, we must not be a house divided against itself and must try to note, appreciate and accommodate our differences as far as the law permits.”

“Upon my review of the Report, my position is to ensure that the party tows the path of unity, legality and cohesion and not that of division.”

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