Groups Launch ‘Stay And Restore’ Campaign For Buhari

Groups Launch ‘Stay And Restore’ Campaign For Buhari

A youth group loyal to President Muhammadu Buhari has launched a pro-Buhari campaign, “Remain and Restore”.

The group was launched to silence the ongoing calls by those demanding the president either resumes or hands in his resignation.

Speaking at the launch of the group in Abuja on Sunday, Solomon Adodo described the clamour for the resignation of the president as a mere distraction.

He said the calls were championed by few Nigerians who have no idea of what governance entails.

He pointed out that the President followed due process by properly notifying the National Assembly of his medical vacation.

Adodo added that in line with the Constitution, he handed over to his vice, Yemi Osinbajo as the Acting President.

The process was seamless and the country has continued along the path of recovery under this Presidency.

The #ReturnOrResign protesters,#OurMumuDonDo protesters and any other franchise under which they gather to foment trouble are therefore aware that their real goal is to precipitate instability since nothing about their demands are logical.

It may well be a way of starting nationwide mayhem that is definitely sponsored.

Being that Nigerians were the one that pressured President Buhari to seek treatment, we believe that Nigerians will also not keep mute while some mischievous elements use the medical vacation as a cover to cause instability.

As a first step we are launching, “Remain and Restore” #RemainAndRestore as a series of nationwide protests in Lagos and Abuja. The objective of this action is to remind Mr. President that Nigerians want him to stay back for his treatment, continue his medical leave and recover while he continues to issue instructions on how to restore Nigeria. This is the ideology of#RemainAndRestore.

The rallies which are to commence in Abuja and Lagos over a period of several days will feature dance drama and songs by participants to itemize the President’s achievement particularly in the area of insecurity and economic prosperity.

We, therefore, urge Nigerians and of course President Buhari not succumb to the antics of self-professed professional protesters that have decided to make themselves into nuisance.

We should all endeavour to come out enmasse and show that they have given their mandate for Mr President to heed his doctors’ advice and recover further before resuming duties.

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