Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Stop trekking, pray for Buhari, Buhari aides advises trekkers

It is no longer news that about 22 people, ranging from 20 to 63 years old, also from different parts of the country including Katsina, Kano, Adamawa, Yobe, Anambra and Kaduna States, have taken part or are currently trekking to Abuja or Lagos to celebrate the victory of the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari in the March 28, 2015 election.    
However, Mohammed Shehu, an aide to Buhari, has advised the trekkers, especially the youths to pray instead of trekking for his principal.
"It’s kind of overwhelming. Last week, I told youths to stay where they are, stop trekking, and pray for the incoming administration instead. We have a lot of challenges; light, unemployment, insecurity, and so on. So it is more profitable for them to stay where they are and pray instead of taking the dangerous risk of walking all the way to Abuja,’’ he said.
Shehu also cleared the allegation that the trekkers were ignored.
“That is not true. Even outsiders have been bringing gifts and food for them out of goodwill. It is untrue that they have been ignored or starved and this is not the first batch but you know the problem with this kind of situation is that when others hear, they keep coming," he said.

5 comments :

  1. I hope they will heed to this advice
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  2. I hope they will heed to this advice
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  3. Finally, and end to all the madness perhaps.

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  4. i call this joblessness.and arrant rubbish

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  5. In this day an age youths are trekking for political leaders. Its just stupid.
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