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Igbo Youth Movement Says Shift Will Not Save Buhari



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The Igbo Youth Movement, IYM has bemoaned the postponement of the presidential and National Assembly elections but vowed that the decision would not in anyway alter its resolve to vote out the Muhammadu Buhari regime.

A statement issued by the founder of the group, Evangelist Elliot Ugochukwu-Uko thus urged compatriots not to be deterred saying that a seven day delay was worth it to show love to Buhari by sending him back to Daura.

The statement read in part:

“Since the great mistake of 2015, Nigerians from every region have waited patiently, for the opportunity to correct the mistake of 2015, by voting out misery, poverty, killings, lopsided appointments, insecurity and fake integrity. Nigerians have silently prayed for this season of deliverance.

“Therefore, those plotting to subvert and undermine the will of the people in order to hang on to power, are badly mistaken.

“Expired products are usually discarded for a new, better and valid alternative. Traumatized Nigerians have already made up their minds to wrest our beloved country from the ruthless oppression and mismanagement of a heartless cabal. The seven days shift, will not save a sinking boat.

“We plead with all compatriots to keep the “potent weapon of necessary change” (PVC) safe for 23rd February. Let’s all show General Buhari some love, by retiring him on his newly chosen date of 23rd February. He tried his best. But Nigerians want to try Atiku.”

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