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Buhari Wins As Jonathan Grabs

Buhari Wins As Jonathan Grabs

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General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) of the All Progressive Congress (APC) swept to victory in the presidential election concluded on Sunday, a historic moment in the Nigeria’s turbulent democracy as an incumbent leader was dispatched at the ballot box for the first time.


In an event that is set to shape the future of Africa’s biggest democracy, 72-year old Buhari came out on top against President Goodluck Jonathan and his People’s Democratic Party (PDP) after a hard fought election campaign.

Buhari and the APC won with over two million votes to become Nigeria’s president again 30 years after he was ousted in a military coup.

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Meanwhile out-going president, Goodluck Jonathan has congratulated Buhari on his historic victory,according to Lai Mohammed,the spokesman of the APC.

“At about 5 minutes to 5, President Jonathan called General Muhammadu Buhari, the winner of the elections, to congratulate him,”  Mohammed told reporters at the party’s headquarters in,Abuja.

“There had always been this fear that he might not want to concede but he will remain a hero for this move,” he added. “The tension will go down dramatically.”

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  • Now that GEJ is gone, can NFF fire Keshi now?

  • @Olu. What is your problem. Who do you think is better than Keshi among the local coaches. None for now. Then again all the good coaches are presently engaged. Any foreign coach will be a charlatan, a fraud and NFF 419. So if the NFF are wise they should give Keshi this contract, just once. The problem with NFF are Chris Green, Paul Bassey, Chris Chukwu, Victor IKPEBA. Not Keshi. Don’t be deceived and don’t follow after the crowd but think for yourself.

  • may God help Nigeria football.i had said ds wen keshi ws employed in late twenty eleven dat for me ds s d man ok for d job.in terms of local coach.bcos ds man had a luv for ds country and he had also once played @ d highest level of ds game.nff needs to give him more chance,he still need something to offer.ds s more dan spending money to develop football or an Association.

  • bishop 6 years ago

    the most important thing here now is that a man who is honest in character is here as a president of the nation. He is a no nonsense man NFF take note.