The Good Governance Ambassadors of Nigeria (GOGAN), has On Saturday, August 18, 2018, stages a welcome rally at the popular Nnamdi international airport, here in Abuja to congratulate president muhammed buhari on his arrival to the country from a foreign trip.
Addressing the marmot crowd, Director Media and publicity of the organisation and Benue state governorship aspirant of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Comrade Okpokwu Ogenyi, told Journalists that the welcome rally was to thank God for the good health of President Mohammed Buhari and appreciation of his good leadership and achievements.
‘Nigerians are gathered to celebrate Buhari’s arrival to the country today because of his achievements,’ ogenyi stated.
According to him, the engagement of over five thousand Nigerian youth on NPower programme, the payment of thirty thousand naira monthly stipend ,the recent increase of NYSC monthly allowance, the school feeding programme amongst other social intervention programme is worthy of appreciation.
Hence, GOGAN has organises the rally to say ‘welcome back home, the hope of the hopeless in Nigeria.’
GOGAN enjoined youth to go get their PVCs and reelect President Mohammed Buhari come 2019 for continuity of good governance.
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