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Miyetti Allah Wallidira, a Fulani Initiatives for Peace and orientation has called on all Fulani Pastoralist across the country to come out en mass and cast their vote for President Muhammadu Buhari during the forthcoming elections.

National chairman of the group, Alhaji Yusuf Musa Ardo made the call in Abuja on Sunday.

He said that in order for president Buhari to succeed in his next level agenda, all the Fulanis should endeavor to come out and vote for APC from the president, senators and House of Representatives, including governors and House of Assembly across the country for him to get their supports and corporations to do the needed impact for the country.

Ardo said: “Our group has already embarked on ‘Ruga to Ruga campaign nationwide for the victory of APC.”

According to him Atiku Abubakar and the PDP does not mean well for the country, saying that his desperation on the privatisation of NNPC, other federal government investments and his position on other national issues, such as Amnesty International reports 2018 that was bias and against our people and issue of restructuring were among the desperation that are making every reasonable Nigerian to reject PDP and all their candidate nationwide.

The Miyetti Allah wallidira chairman explained further that president Buhari is the best candidate to vote for during the election.

“We should all conduct ourselves in peaceful and orderly manners during and after the elections in order to have credible free and fair elections in Nigeria. The only power that the masses have is our PVC because it is ones in four years, if you make mistake, you made it for your selves, so therefore, think before you vote and vote for your right candidates,” he said.

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