By Ugo Aliogo
A group known as Savers Empowerment Ambassadors Initiatives (SEAI) has resolved to support the re-election bid of President Muhamadu Buhari in the 2019 general election.
Speaking at the inauguration of zonal coordinators for re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari, the National Chairman of SEAI, Mr. Frank Ezike, noted that as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), they are impressed with Buhari’s gallant fight against corruption which he said has bedeviled this country.
He also stated that corruption has hampered the socio-economic and political development of the country and lauded his zeal to redeem the image of the country.
Ezike explained that in a bid to support the re-election of Buhari, they are inaugurating their zonal coordinators to empower them in order to reach out to the states, local government areas, wards, and the grassroots within their zonal districts.
The SEAI national chairman further noted that the newly inaugurated coordinators have been chosen because of their integrity and commitment in achieving goals.
He added that state coordinators on the other hands were urged that all hands must be on deck to ensure Buhari is re-elected in 2019.
According to him, “The aim of this inauguration is to have faithful foot soldiers in the area of interest, aggregation as well as deepening the ideas. The idea of the SEAI initiative represents in its support of Buhari quest to be re-elected in 2019 is to enable him continue the positive democratic score card his administration has achieved in the last 41 months of the All Progressives Congress (APC) government.
“President Buhari had deepened the concept of development within these 41 months of his political leadership. Therefore, as a non-partisan group, we are standing behind Buhari, and for every Nigerian, the message should be ‘I Stand For Buhari’.
“SEAI 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 of political leadership on May 29, 2015.”