By Steve Ibem (Abuja)

A civil society organization has expressed satisfaction with the achievements of President Buhari in his first four-year tenure, describing them as most laudable, surpassing that of any previous leader.

The organization, which is known as Presidential Support Committee {PSC} an umbrella body of all Buhari support groups in Nigeria, expressed this satisfaction during PSC’s conference held 26th September, 2018, at Women Centre Abuja.  The committee described Buhari’s achievements as monumental and by far the best in recent history.

President Buhari, the committee remarked, has brought on board governance disciplines and decency, asking Nigerians to key into by coming out en-masse to vote him in the forth-coming presidential election for continuity.

The committee was, according to a statement signed by both its National Coordinator/Chairman, Michael Kaase Aondoakaa,SAN, former  Attorney General & Minister  of Justice and  Conference Committee Chairman, Umaru Dembo, mni.

The committee enumerated a 34 point achievements of President Buhari, appealing to Nigerians to give him more time to ‘’perfect the good works.’’

According to statement, President Buhari has within the last three years of his four-year tenure completed all abandoned projects inherited from his predecessor. ‘’And that is how our journey to greatness began.’’

The statement says Nigeria used to be the country with the highest number of abandoned projects in the world, more than 15million in all’’. But under President Buhari all have been completed in record time.

The statement however revealed that Mr President ’’has been able to build the image of Nigeria across the world’’.

On the basis of this, PSC urged Nigerians both at home and Diaspora to have confidence in President Muhammadu Buhari, saying ‘’having carefully studied and witnessed the overwhelming achievements of our President we have decided to support him for his re-election bid and for the overall benefit of the Nigerian people.’’

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