Ibekaku Congratulates Buhari, thanked Nigerians for their support

Give Me More Time, Understand My Intentions, Buhari Pleads with Nigerians

Describes just concluded national assembly elections in Enugu as a sham.

The Special Adviser to the President on Justice Reforms, Mrs Juliet Ibekabgu- Nwagwu says the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari is a sign of more good things for Nigerians.

Mrs Ibekaku-Nwagwu made this known while speaking with Radio Nigeria in Abuja.

She explained that the re-election of president Buhari would enable him consolidate on his achievements in the areas of justice adjudication and the economy.

Mrs Ibekaku-Nwagwu also said public office holders have now learnt to live for the people and not for their personal gains.

The presidential aid who is also the Enugu West All Progressives Congress (APC) senatorial candidate, congratulated President Buhari and called on Nigerians to keep supporting him to enable the President deliver his campaign promises.

On the just concluded national assembly elections, in Enugu, Mrs Nwagwu described it as a sham stressing that it was marred by serious discrepancies.

She said that she was on the race to bring back the dividends of democracy for the senatorial district, adding that her vision for a better Enugu West had been outlined in her four-point agenda.

The presidential aid therefore called on the independent national electoral commission, INEC, to cancel the Enugu West senatorial district elections.

Mrs Nwagwu who urged the people of Enugu West to remain calm and go about their lawful business promised to secure the votes of the Enugu West people to prevent the future of the people that have been under bondage for sixteen years.

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