Savers Empowerment Ambassadors Initiatives (SEAI) has resolved to support the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 general election.
Speaking at the Inauguration of zonal coordinators for Buhari’s re-election, the group’s National Chairman, Mr. Frank Ezike said as a non-governmental organization (NGO), they were impressed with Buhari’s gallant fight against corruption which has bedeviled this country.
He also stated that corruption had hampered the socio-economic and political development of the country and lauded his zeal to redeem the image of the country.
In a bid to support the re-election of Buhari, according to Ezike, they are inaugurating their Zonal Coordinators to empower them to reach out to the States, Local Government Areas, wards, and the grassroots within their zonal districts.
He said the newly inaugurated coordinators have been chosen because of their integrity and commitment in achieving goals, adding that the state coordinators on the other hands “are urged to put all hands on deck to ensure Buhari is re-elected in 2019.
“The aim of this inauguration is to have very faithful foot soldiers in the arena of interest, aggregation, and deepening the ideas. The ideas of the SEAI initiative represents in its support of Buhari quest, to be re-elected in 2019 to enable him continue the positive democratic score card his administration achieved in the last 41 months of the All Progressive Congress (APC) government led administration.
“President Buhari had deepened the concept of development administration within these 41 months of his political leadership. Therefore as a NGO that is non-political, non-partisan, we are standing behind Buhari and for every Nigerian the message should: I Stand For Buhari’.
“SEAL is urging the electorate to massively vote Buhari in the 2019 general election to sustain the continuity flame of positive democratic dividends he had started since his assumption to political leadership he had started since assumption to political leadership of Nigeria on May, 29 2015.”